Merseyside Jewish Community Care (MJCC)


We offer caring services to people facing a crisis or needing longer term support. MJCC's Care Team works with Jewish children and their families offering practical and emotional support.

We provide advice, information, support, befriending, counselling, daytime well being activities, carers services, kosher meals service and links and referral to other care agencies.

In order to access support or to attend the activities and clubs, a person needs to contact us to be assessed as it is a needs led service.

The aim of the clubs is to provide a kosher meal, company, warmth, relief from isolation and is in keeping with the Jewish ethos which MJCC aims to encourage and provide.

Clubs and activities:

   Luncheon Clubs

For senior citizens are run by MJCC on regular days each week (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). 

The focus of the clubs is to provide health and wellbeing activities, a nutritious kosher meal, an opportunity to socialise in a warm safe environment and regular contact with friendly MJCC staff and volunteers. Clients are required to meet the Care Team for a short assessment prior to becoming a club member.


  • Tai Chi - Monday 2.30pm - 3.30pm and Wednesday 10.00am - 11.00am
  • Beginners Bridge Tuesday 2.00pm - 3.00pm
  • Knitting Wednesday 10.30am Fortnightly
  • Memory Fitness Thursday 10.30am - 12.30pm
  • Art Thursday 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • I.T. On Request (Mon - Fri)
  • Feel-Good Factor Armchair Exercises & Art Monday 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • Sequence Dance Thursday 1.30pm - 2.45pm (Fortnightly)

     Meals on Wheels

Twice weekly delivery service. Each meal comprises three courses and is freshly made in our kosher kitchen by our cook and her team of volunteers.

We can arrange for meals to be delivered to your home on a Wednesday and Friday by a volunteer. The Friday night meal is a traditional Shabbat dinner which includes chicken soup, roast chicken, vegetables and a dessert. A fish or vegetarian option is also available.

Frist meal free, £5.30 per meal thereafter.

Transport and Shopping

We offer a shopping service to those clients who, following their assessment, have requested the need for a shopper. The shopper will take the client out to get their own shopping unlike some other agencies who shop for you.

We offer a transport service to clients to and from MJCC’s welfare clubs and to hospital appointments.

Hospital Visiting

A team of volunteers who visit Jewish patients in hospital. Members of the community are asked to inform MJCC if a friend or relative is in hospital.  Please ring to inform the office with the name of the patient, hospital and ward number.

Citizen's Advice Bureau

Wavertree Citizens Advice Bureau is working with MJCC to provide an outreach service giving information and advice on a range of issues including:

  • Welfare benefits
  • Debt
  • Housing
  • Consumer and legal matters

Appointments are available for this service on Tuesday mornings 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. To make an appointment please phone the office.

Who to contact

0151 733 2292 0151 733 2292

Where to go

Jewish Communal Organisation,
Shifrin House,
433 Smithdown Road
L15 3JL
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Last Updated

Last updated: 19/10/2021


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