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The online address for the Asheville Jewish Community. 

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JFS Patron Sponsors

JFS Advocate Sponsors

JFS Sustainer Sponsors

     

Edward and Elaine Tennen

 

JFS Contributor Sponsors

Brandon Consulting   

Judy Goloff

One Jewish Asheville: Every Relationship is an Open Door

Thousands of individuals and a dozen organizations - unified in spirit and dedicated to a shared success. We collaborate, celebrate, and support; embracing and respecting one another - regardless of background, beliefs, or practices. Membership is not required.

Regardless of your interests or affiliations, whether you’re young or young at heart, there’s a place for you here. So pick a door and get involved. Once inside there is an entire community waiting to meet you.

The Asheville Jewish community consists of more than 2,500 Jewish households and a dozen organizations, together reflecting the rich diversity of Jewish culture, heritage, and religion. Here you’ll find single parents and retired couples, interfaith families and spiritual seekers. Jews by choice and Jews by birth, the religious and the secular. White collar professionals and blue jeaned workers. From across the country and around the globe: Detroit, Israel, South Florida, New York, Germany, Los Angeles and more.

We seek meaningful connections – to our faith, to each other, and the causes we care about. Every connection is a door. And every door leads to this big and boisterous, warm and loving family we call One Jewish Asheville.

To see a list of the organizations dedicated to serving the Asheville Jewish community, click here.

Pick a door and come on in!

Regardless of your interests or affiliations, whether you’re young or young at heart, there’s a place for you here (and chances are, more than one). So pick a door and get involved. Once inside there is an entire community waiting to meet you.