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

See Our Library Catalog Online


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 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.

Upcoming Events

JCC Sanders Next Chapter Book Club

A program of the Saltzman Foundation Life Long Learning Institute

The book club choice is always available in the Sanders Memorial Library for members of the JCC and/or the Sanders Memorial Library. Upcoming novels are now available to check out on Kindle.


Thursday, September 28

Kantika by Elizabeth Graver

The Next Chapter Book Club meets in person once a month to discuss the chosen novel. Come kick off Next Chapter Book Club autumn sessions with Elizabeth Graver’s 2023 novel, Kantika! The plot follows Rebecca Cohen, a strong-willed daughter of the Sephardic elite from early twentieth-century Istanbul, through her highs and lows as she navigates the loss of her family’s wealth, relocation to several different countries, a failed marriage, and other challenges life throws at her. Identities, exile, and women’s tenacity are explored in Kantika, a novel that celebrates the determination to seize beauty and holding onto one’s single, precious life.

Join us for The Festival’s Elizabeth Graver & Kantika panel on November 15th at 3pm!

Information and Registration: Hanna at

If you have any questions or want to learn more about supporting the Sanders Memorial Library, please contact Anne McCracken, Librarian, at call (856) 367-6181 x1259.

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