WELCOME to the FJCC web site!
The Flemington Jewish Community Center is an egalitarian conservative congregation serving
Flemington, Hunterdon County and surrounding communities.

Founded in 1924, our multi-generational congregation teaches and passes on our traditions to
our children though our
Nursery School, Hebrew School, Youth Group and Religious
Services.  We are a fully accessible facility, and encourage participation by all members of
the community.

Community Spirit begins with the Flemington JCC. See why...
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Weekly Announcements from the FJCC

Service Times:
Friday:  7:30PM
Saturday:  9:15AM
Sunday: 9:00AM

Meets every Thursday morning 11:00 in the library, unless otherwise

Deborah Kesselhaut will now be managing the FJCC office on Thursdays
and Fridays until 1:30PM.  


Candle lighting: 7:26pm on Friday, 24 April 2015

This week's Torah portion is Parashat Tazria-Metzora

Havdalah (50 min): 8:35pm on Saturday, 25 April 2015

Oneg:  Sponsored by Bruce Moskovitz and John Fellin Shabbat Across

Kiddush:  Sponsored by Judy Nussbaum, Marv Gelblat, Bruce Moskovitz
and John Fellin




Do you have a Yahrzeit coming up,  a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Anniversary, birthday,
or any other occasion to sponsor an ONEG or a KIDDUSH?  If so, the FJCC
invites you to become a sponsor!  

It doesn't have to be a fancy feast or expensive. Be creative! You can
prepare the food in the FJCC kitchen, pick up kosher food at Shoprite, or
simply send in a check and all the shopping and prep work will be done for

Please call Lori in our office 782-6410 or email office@flemingtonjcc.org
and let her know what date you will sponsor.  If you have any other
questions. Please feel free to contact Jennifer Fine at

Thank you for your continued support!




Roz Chast

Guest Speaker

May 3, 2015


Roz Chast has loved to draw cartoons since she was a child growing up in

She attended Rhode Island School of Design, majoring in Painting because
it seemed more artistic. However, soon after graduating, she reverted to
type and began drawing cartoons once again.

Her cartoons have also been published in many other magazines besides
The New Yorker, including Scientific American, the Harvard Business
Review, Redbook, and Mother Jones. Her most recent book is a
comprehensive compilation of her favorite cartoons called Theories of

Selected, Collected, and Health-Inspected Cartoons of Roz Chast, 1978-

She also illustrated The Alphabet from A to Y, with Bonus Letter, Z, the best-
selling children's book by Steve Martin


Come to YJ's Movie Night this Sunday from 11:45 am to 1:45 pm at the FJCC.
We are showing Aladdin! Get ready to get on your magic carpets as we soar
with Aladdin. Admission is free and tasty snacks will be provided. This
event is for Kindergarten through 12th grade. If you have any questions,
please contact the YJ at flemingtonyj@gmail.com.


During a week in August 2015 (and again in December 2015), the FJCC will
be the host congregation as part of Family Promise's network of faith based
congregations in Hunterdon County. We are currently asking for donations
of items that will be needed during our host week. Please click on the link
below to see if you have any items that you can donate!

Thank you in advance for your help!

Click on the link below to open up a "sign up" for the needed items.




Come visit the FJCC Gift Shop!

Please come in and take a look at our wonderful new items!

The prices are great so please come and take a look.


Please let the office know when you change your email address so you can
keep up to date on all of the FJCC news.  Send your address to Lori at

Flemington Jewish Community Center
5 Sergeantsville Road
Flemington, New Jersey 08822
(908) 782 - 6410
Rabbi: Evan Jaffe
Office Manager: Lori Findley
Hebrew School: Karen Walsh
Nursery School: Jane
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