Community Center in Indianapolis, IN
For more than 100 years, JCC Indianapolis has been a neighborhood and community resource in Indianapolis. From its start in 1914 in downtown Indianapolis at 23rd and Meridian as a place for Jewish immigrants to eat, shower and socialize to its current location on Hoover Road, the JCC has been dedicated to serving the Indianapolis community and responsive to its needs. As a people who know what it’s like to be excluded, it’s important to us that we truly embrace people of all backgrounds and faiths. For more than a century, the JCC has maintained a multi-generational, inclusive environment where all people can live, learn, play, and connect.
All Are Welcome
The JCC is more than a building. We’re a non-profit offering pre-school, after school care, fitness and arts programs. We’re 12,000 members and non-member participants and have been a part of the Indianapolis community for more than 100 years.
AROUND OUR COMMUNITY
Richard Mocha Makes a Splash
Richard has always been afraid of the water, so swim lessons have been a no-go…Read More
Get Ready to Splash into Summer!
Are you ready for summer break? We sure are! The end of school is right…Read More
MEDIA ADVISORY: “Troubled Waters” premiere film screening
JCC Indianapolis to host May 7 premiere screening of film that examines the desegregation of…Read More
Ready for Summer with the Rosenwinkels
Alan, Marla, Emilia and Annie Rosenwinkel "Sometimes [our girls] end up spending more time over…Read More
Celebrating Spring Holidays at the JCC
At the JCC Indianapolis, we're proud of our Jewish roots, and we seek to create…Read More
Passover with Lovelace and Michael
The Passover holiday is always an event, but if you're spending it with ECE Ones…Read More