Impacting more than 130,000 members of the Birmingham community annually, the LJCC is welcoming to people of all faiths, ages, and backgrounds. We are a family-oriented recreational and educational facility that is open to the entire community, and we are a United Way agency
Our excellent and dedicated staff is here to serve you and make your LJCC experience what you want it to be. We offer babysitting free of charge for members while using LJCC facilities.
We boast a state-of-the-art fitness center with group fitness classes that include Body Pump™, Body Step™, Body Flow™, Core Barre®, Core Suspend®, and RPM™, a well-respected early childhood program for 46 years, a 5 mile biking and hiking trail, a camp program designed to meet all your summer needs and expectations, a large U-shaped outdoor pool with large baby pool, and much, much more!
You can participate in a wide array of programs and activities in the areas of: Sports & Fitness, Early Childhood, Camp, Adults & Seniors, Jewish Education, Teens, Youth Sports & Fitness, Youth & Family, Aquatics, and Tennis. All of this is packaged in a beautiful facility on 70 wooded acres conveniently located on Montclair Road in the Mountain Brook/Crestline area.
The Levite Jewish Community Center is located at 3960 Montclair Road, adjacent to the Trinity Medical Center. We are located just on the border between Mountain Brook and Birmingham, an easy ten minute drive from UAB, downtown, or the airport.
The map below provides an overview of our location, courtesy of maps.google.com. If you need more specific information, feel free to call us, or click to reach the maps.google.com website, then click the “Directions To Here ” link for precise door-to-door driving instructions to 3960 Montclair Road.
Driving to the LJCC from Birmingham International Airport? Click here for precise directions.
Saturday, April 23 – CLOSED
Sunday, April 24 – Noon – 6 PM*
Thursday, April 28 – 5:15 AM – 6 PM
Friday, April 29 – CLOSED
*Shabbat Style: Fitness Center, Gym and all outdoor facilities available. Snack Bar closed and vending machines unavailable. No money exchanged.
I learned to swim at a very early age at the old YMHA and spent much of my teens at the JCC – AZA, day camp counselor, Center Players, more. The Center has always been there and a part of my life.