An Interfaith Passover Seder

Join JCRC, Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, and Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation for an evening of community and bridge building.

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About Us

JCRC is the public policy, advocacy, and intergroup relations arm of the organized Indianapolis Jewish community. 

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Advocacy & Government Affairs

JCRC serves as the liaison between elected representatives, policy leaders, and members of Jewish communities throughout Indiana. We advocate for policies that promote equity, religious freedom, and human rights.  

Community Engagement

JCRC builds strong relationships with people of various faith traditions, ethnicities, human rights advocates, and civic leaders. We build coalitions and work alongside community partners to combat the issues that divide us.

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JCRC leads the community and works with allies to actively counter campaigns that seek to delegitimize Israel. We advocate for a negotiated two-state solution that allows Israelis and Palestinians to live as neighbors in peace.

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JCRC educates the community at large about antisemitism, Judaism and Jewish culture, and the Holocaust. We believe educating about ourselves – and learning from others – fosters a more secure society for Jews. 

Upcoming Programs


Interfaith Passover Seder

The Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council, Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, and the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation will host an Interfaith Seder on April 17. This program is a wonderful opportunity for those in the multi-faith space to learn about the traditions surrounding Passover (Pesach) and build bridges of understanding with the Jewish community. We encourage you to share this opportunity with friends and colleagues.

Please note that this event does not include a full meal. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Registration for this event is required.

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