JTomorrow! Our Vision for the New Louisville J

This is a transformational moment for our community. Decisions made today will chart a path for future generations.  While there is still much work to be done, we are proud of the critical steps that we have taken to ensure a new hub for Jewish life is created. Our future J will be a gathering place where everyone will be welcomed and embraced wherever they may be on their Jewish journey. We are committed to building a new Louisville J that brings people together for exceptional experiences.


Click here to learn more about what we have done so far and what is next on the roadmap.

Latest JTomorrow! News:

Capital progress: Five co-chairs to guide upcoming Capital Campaign, October 8, 2018
Architect hired: GBBN hiring puts JTomorrow! on firm foundation, July 26, 2018
Community gets involved: Louisville’s JTomorrow! team outlines progress made on developing The J of the future, July 28, 2017
JCL Leaders reflect on a year of growth, June 23, 2017
Jewish Louisville residents and The J members weigh in on future uses for JCC as planning process proceeds, April 27, 2017
JTomorrow! to hold design review sessions in April, May, March 23, 2017
Kula brought Louisville a message: Embrace change, January 26, 2017

Major Gifts Event Focuses on Progress, November 23, 2016
Moving Forward-JTomorrow! Looking at the Future of The J and the Jewish Community, October 28, 2016

JTomorrow! Steering Committee
Jeff Goldberg, Chair
Madeline Abramson
William Altman
Jon Fleischaker
David Kaplan
Jay Klempner
Ariel Kronenberg
Karen Sherman
Andrew Trager-Kusman

Innovation & Engagement Workgroup
Jon Klein, Chair
Bill Altman
Summer Auerbach
Michael Fraade
Craig Greenberg
Carol Levitch
Amy Ryan
Mark Prussian
Marc Rothman
Shane Shaps
Ted Smith
Carrie Syberg
Michael Trager-Kusman
Aaron Yarmuth
Lior Yaron

Facilities Workgroup
Laurence Nibur, Chair
Andy Blieden
Jon Fleischaker
Aly Goldberg
Jon Goldberg
Jay Klempner
Robin Miller
Chuck O’Koon
Bill Ryan

Communications Workgroup
Karen Sherman, Chair
Eric Gurevich
Julie Kling
Shane Shaps
Linda Shuster

Finance Sub Committee
Stuart Goldberg
Allen Hertzman
Allan Latts

Website created in part with the support of the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence.
The Jewish Federation of Louisville is a 501(c)(3) organization, charity number 61-0444765.

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To comply with the city's curfew order, the JCC will have a delayed opening on Thursday, September 24, and Friday, September 25 at 7 a.m.

The JCC will be closed for Yom Kippur on Monday, September 28, 2020

Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur

Friday, October 2 – Sukkot
Closes at 6 p.m.*

Saturday, October 3 – Sukkot

Friday, October 9 – Shemini Atzeret
Closes at 6 p.m.*

Saturday, October 10 – Shemini Atzeret

*Evening Fitness Classes cancelled.