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Message from JCV President Harvey Cohen

Jewish Congregation of Venice

The JCV has canceled all services and activities until further notice. If you have any questions or if this is an emergency contact the temple office at 941-484-2022 or the JCV President at 651-492-2688. We will update this post on a regular basis.

Stay healthy.

We are a Congregation that embraces Jewish diversity. We come from different parts of the country to worship and to socialize as Jews.

We choose, at our Jewish Congregation of Venice, not to worship as Reform, or Conservative or any other denomination. It is not necessary for us, to commit to a particular philosophy. We are Jews.
We come together to celebrate what we have in common, not highlight or focus on what makes us different.

We come together to practice, treasure, celebrate and fine tune our diverse, yet Jewish ways of being.

At the Jewish Center of Venice, it is our desire to be welcoming –
a place of Jewish belonging, a place where all Jews can find sacred space and acceptance.

And most of all – We celebrate our Jewishness!
We do our best to knock down barriers and walls!
We find our connections and oneness!

Enjoy the Jewishness of our Center and be part of the continuous growth that makes us this welcoming place of Jewish belonging.

Tue, April 7 2020 13 Nisan 5780