Jewish Cambridge

Cambridge Jewish Residents Association – holds talks, discussions and outings for members.  All welcome.

Cambridge Jewish Cultural Association – A social group for older people who prefer not to go out in the evenings, usually meeting on the second Monday of each month. Each meeting has a speaker or outing, followed by tea and social chat.

Cambridge Jewish Community Support – Do you know of someone who might be in need of some support, maybe due to old age, illness, bereavement, isolation etc? Or maybe you would like to volunteer to provide support to someone who needs it.

Cambridge Jewish Community Support exists to identify needs or receive requests for support and to coordinate an appropriate response. To get in touch with CJCS please contact us.

Cambridge Traditional Jewish Congregation – CTJC is an independent orthodox community holding traditional services. The building is shared with the students who run Shabbat services during term time. Outside term, the services are run by CTJC who also run the High Holy Day services. See their website for more information.

Chabad – Chabad of Cambridge was founded in 2003 with the intention of providing Jewish education and access to Jewish life to all sections of the Cambridge community. Their programme includes The Cambridge University Chabad Jewish Society, The Cambridge Hebrew School, Ganeinu Childcare Service and The Cambridge Mikvah. See their website for more information.

Kosher food – There are two main outlets for Kosher food in Cambridge:

Derby Stores, Derby Street, Newnham
Sainsburys, Coldhams Lane.

Contact us to learn how you can get involved