Prepare to be amazed.
Located on a secluded 54-acre campus in the heart of South Charlotte, the Levine Jewish Community Center is a family-oriented, vibrant facility where you can feel a sense of community and belonging. From our state-of-the-art fitness center to our expansive athletic fields and courts, from our sports programs for youth and adults to our arts activities - the Levine JCC can offer you a place to maintain a healthy lifestyle, build relationships and engage in activities for all ages.
You will not believe this facility is in your own backyard.
Whether you are new to Charlotte or have been here for years, we invite you to come and share in all we have to offer. The Levine JCC is a diverse, multi-cultural community center, open to everyone of all faiths.
What a value! Tour today.
You'll find our combination of programming, facilities and value is unmatched in Charlotte. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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How did the JCC evolve? The JCC began as an early social club called the "Progressive Club," which was formed in the mid 1930s. Shortly after World War II, with the original plan of having a place for the Jewish War Veterans of WWII to gather with family, The "Amity Club" developed into a "Southern style country club." It was a place where individuals and organizations could gather and socialize.
After a fire destroyed the Amity Club's main building in August 1983, community leaders developed plans for a new community center off Providence Road. In the spring of 1986, the Blumenthal Education Building and the Sandra and Leon Levine Jewish Community Center Building (the present JCC) opened at Shalom Park. Shalom Park represents a unique joint venture of the Sandra and Leon Levine Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, Jewish Family Services, Temple Beth El and Temple Israel, where all these agencies are located on one campus.