Join the J
BECOME A MEMBER: The Stroum Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island is the hub of Jewish life and culture in the greater Seattle area. It’s a place to catch up with friends, work out with a trainer, exercise your mind, share in holiday celebrations, join a pickup basketball game, and so much more.
From our award-winning swim lessons, Dinky Dunkers basketball league, and premier Early Childhood School to community celebrations, concerts, after school classes, personal training, senior fitness and more than 50 group fitness classes, there’s something here for the whole family.
SJCC members enjoy a variety of benefits, including:
- Largest fitness center on Mercer Island
- More than 50 fitness classes included with membership
- Fitness Center that features state-of-the-art HOIST strength equipment and Octane cardio machines
- 25-yard indoor swimming pool
- Indoor running track
- Racquetball courts
- Discounted rates on all programs, events, and classes
- Early registration access to select SJCC programs and events
- New members get one free session with a certified personal trainer.
View membership rates.
Check out our current discounts.
Make changes to your current membership.
Need to make changes to your current membership? (e.g. adding/removing Adult Locker Room, additional member, or changing category) Fill out the Membership Change Form.
Everyone is welcome at the J!
We offer a variety of membership options and upgrades making it easy to find a package that fits you. Membership to the SJCC is open to everyone regardless of race, religion, or national origin. We welcome everyone – you don’t have to be Jewish to join.
If you have questions or are ready to join, contact us at 206-232-7115.
You can also fill out and return the application below.
Use the handy chart below to know where members under age 17 can hang out at the J while their accompanying adult is in another area of the building. If a space is not listed here, we kindly ask people to refrain from hanging out in that area. These age guidelines are based on safety and the SJCC’s core value of Derech Eretz – Respect and Common Courtesy. We are happy to extend these privileges to kids and teens who demonstrate and uphold this value.