Sanders Memorial Library
The Katz JCC is home the Sanders Memorial Library, the only Jewish library open to everyone in the South Jersey community. Our up-to-date book collection spans a variety of genres, DVDs, audio books, CDs, large print books and Kindles! Whether you are looking for an occasional new read or a gift for a book lover, we hold quarterly used book sales where all books are discounted at a great price.
The Library is open Tuesday – Thursday, 10am-2pm.
Web Access to the Library Catalog
You can access the catalog from any device – desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone to see the treasures of the Sanders Memorial Library. Choose your title(s) and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to put a hold on your selected item(s). Please include your name and the name of the book(s) or dvd(s) that you have chosen. Wait for a reply from the librarian and then stop in the library and check out your item(s). Search our collection 24/7. No login required
Support the Library
Honor a loved one by dedicating a book for everyone to enjoy while supporting the Sanders Memorial Library. The donor will receive a bookplate to be inscribed in a book of their choosing. Find out more information about our Bookplate and Literacy League endowment fund today!
A program of the Saltzman Foundation Life Long Learning Institute
Our book club occurs every 6 weeks. The book club choice is always available in the Sanders Memorial Library for members of the JCC and/or the Sanders Memorial Library.
NEW Book Club Event, The Matzah Ball
DATE & TIME: Tuesday, March 1, 1:30-3pm / COST: FREE to JCC Members, $10 Guest
Rachel Rubenstein-Goldblatt is a nice Jewish girl with a shameful secret: she loves Christmas. For a decade she’s hidden her career as a Christmas romance novelist from her family. Her talent has made her a bestseller even as her chronic illness has always kept the kind of love she writes about out of reach.Amazon)But when her diversity-conscious publisher insists she write a Hanukkah romance, her well of inspiration suddenly runs dry. Hanukkah’s not magical. It’s not merry. It’s not Christmas. Desperate not to lose her contract, Rachel’s determined to find her muse at the Matzah Ball, a Jewish music celebration on the last night of Hanukkah, even if it means working with her summer camp archenemy—Jacob Greenberg. Though Rachel and Jacob haven’t seen each other since they were kids, their grudge still glows brighter than a menorah. But as they spend more time together, Rachel finds herself drawn to Hanukkah—and Jacob—in a way she never expected. Maybe this holiday of lights will be the spark she needed to set her heart ablaze. (
If you have any questions or want to learn more about supporting the Sanders Memorial Library, please contact Irene Afek, Librarian, at email@example.com call (856) 424-4444 x1259.