Social Groups


Teens at a social group get-together

Tayarim Connect

A program of the JCC in partnership with BBYO, Tayarim Connect brings teens in grades 6-8 together for social, Judaic and community service programs.  These programs offer teens a variety of experiences to help bridge the gap between pre- and post-Bar/Bat Mitzvah and high school.  The purpose is to provide middle school students with a positive experience in which they can get together with camp, school, and synagogue friends, as well as meet new friends! For more information, contact Lory Conte.

North Florida Region BBYO North Florida Region BBYO

BBYO is a pluralistic youth-led organization open to all Jewish teens in the 9th through 12th grade, and offers a BBYO Connection programs for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. BBYO provides opportunities for Jewish youth to develop their leadership potential, a positive Jewish identity and commitment to their personal development. Based out of The Roth Family JCC, North Florida Region (NFR) spans from Jacksonville to the North and Ft. Myers on the South West. NFR currently has several active chapters in Orlando (four active chapters in Maitland, South Orlando and East Orlando/Oviedo), Sarasota, Tampa and Naples and is made up of unique programming for boys Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA), and B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG). For more information, contact Lory Conte in the BBYO office at 407-621-4032.

Young Adults

Jewish young adults Orlando

Several times per year, we host events specifically for young Jewish adults.  Some of these events include Party of 8, a dinner party event, and Twelve24, our annual party downtown on Christmas Eve.  To learn more about young adult programs, contact Robby Etzkin at or 407-621-4031.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando is home to a young adult group called Our Jewish Orlando.  Learn more on the OJO Facebook page.



The 39ers are a daytime group for seniors, which meets in the JCC Senior Lounge five days per week for diverse programming. Monday is a general meeting day, followed by various other social and interactive programming on the other days of the week. The 39ers membership consists of couples and singles who enjoy each other’s company, working on projects, Sunday afternoon movies, group discussions, theater, cards, Mah Jongg and more. There is a $5/year fee to participate in 39ers programs.