The Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center (FJC) is located in the heart of Jerusalem just five minutes on foot from all of the city center’s shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions and a 15 minute walk to the Old City.

Though it was founded in 1972, the history of some of its primary buildings date back much further. These include Rappaport House which houses the Epstein, Geller, David CY Beit Midrash, the Alan J. Tichnor Residence Hall & Learning Center, the Rabbi Jerome M. Epstein House, and the historic David and Goldie Zucker Synagogue .

About the
FJC Campus


Founded in 1972, the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center (FJC) has provided a home for Conservative Judaism in Israel for half a century.

See where it all began, check out FJC’s rich history of strengthening Jewish communities around the world.

Take a look at the past 50 years of FJC

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In July 2022 FJC celebrated 50 years with an Israel Mission trip. Check it out here!