ARTHUR J. LELYVELD CENTER FOR JEWISH LEARNING
Many congregants and community members, early childhood center students and religious school students visit and research in our Arthur J. Lelyveld Center for Jewish Learning with its extensive library collection for ongoing Jewish study, individual reflection, and to explore our new genealogy materials incorporated in 2011 from the collection of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland.
The Lelyveld Center for Jewish Learning includes 17,500 books, magazines and newspapers as well as an extensive audio-visual collection and a Children’s Library. Founded in 1986, the Leylveld Center for Jewish Learning includes the Sam and Emma Miller Library for adults and the Celia Smith Rogovin Children’s Library. Together they make up one of the largest synagogue libraries in the country, and are open to the community, free of charge.
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Our library welcomes online donations to assist us in expanding our collection and support programs. Click here to be directed to our Library contributions page right now. Also you may contact Julie Moss, our librarian at the contact information below, to learn about Sefer Club, donations in honor of an individual person, Grandparents Love Libraries, or donations in honor of a school student.
The Library is open when the Building is open. It is staffed Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Contact Julie Moss, Librarian, at (216) 447-9543 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and guidance!
Book Lists (many of these are available in our Library):
2017 Sydney Taylor Book Awards