PJ Library & the JCCGW
In addition to the books send home each month, we make PJ Library come to life. Parents will receive a monthly email newsletter with information on family events happening throughout the Greater Washington area. These events are open to everyone and are a great way to connect with other families.
Activities This Fall
- 101 Dalmatians at Imagination Stage | Sunday, November 23, 2014 | 1:30 p.m. - Limited Tickets Available Now!
All Are Welcome
The JCCGW embraces and welcomes the diversity of our community and encourages everyone to seek meaning and fulfillment by participating in our rich programming inspired by our Jewish heritage.
We open our doors to everyone, including people of all backgrounds, religions, abilities and sexual orientations, and interfaith couples and families.
Inclusion permeates our Center. Inclusion is belonging.
Jewish Bedtime Stories & Songs
After a successful Northern Virginia pilot program, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington is thrilled to launch PJ LIBRARY® to the entire greater Washington Jewish community!
What is PJ Library?
Parents of small children know that stories are for more than just bedtime. The wonderful habit of ending your child’s busy day by reading together inspired this popular national program funded in part through the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
Who’s eligible for PJ Library?
Greater Washington families raising Jewish children between the ages of 6 months and 8 years old. Subscriptions (one per family) are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Invite friends, family, and neighbors to join in as well!
Who’s supporting this generous effort?
The United Jewish Endowment Fund, the Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation, the Perlin Family Foundation, and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
Sign up today!
Join a growing global community of more than 200,000 PJ Library families throughout North America and Israel and sign up today! Enroll here!
Featured PJ Book
The Apple Tree's Discovery
A little apple tree in the middle of a forest of majestic oaks wants more than anything else to have stars in its branches, as the oaks seem to have. God advises the apple to tree to be content as it is and, eventually, the little tree makes a happy discovery.