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Jewish Resources in the Community

Jewish Community Free Clinic: Drawing on Jewish traditions of Tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repairing the world) we offer free health care services to anyone in need, without regard to religion.


Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County is the Gateway to Jewish life in Sonoma County,  providing cultural, educational, social and recreational programming to all Sonoma County Jews regardless of age, lifestyle, or level of commitment.

The JCC runs the Sonoma County Jewish Film Festival, Friendship Circle, Chaverim Teens, Camp Chai, Simcha Sunday, and many other programs of Jewish interest in Sonoma County.


Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties provides a comprehensive range of services to support individuals and families at every stage of life.  Parents’ Place offers parent education, counseling and consultation for raising children from infancy to young adulthood. For community members in crises or transition, JFCS can provide emergency financial assistance and counseling. To meet the challenges and decisions of everyday life, adults can turn to professionally trained staff to support and guide them. Seniors can depend on supportive services such as case management, transportation to medical appointment, money management and volunteer visitors which allow them to remain independent.


Sonoma Jewish Connection is a social network and a place to make Jewish friends.
Find families, join a Chavurah, start a book club or find a Seder.
All are welcome, inclusive of everyone.


J – The Jewish News of Norther California One of the oldest Jewish publications in America, this weekly’s heritage goes back to 1895, when it originated as The Emanu-El and was published as the Jewish Bulletin of Northern California from the mid-1940s until 2003.


The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties is at the center of our vibrant Jewish community. With your help, we support the organizations, programs and services that address the needs of our Jewish family locally, in Israel and around the world.


Hebrew Free Loan Association of Northern California provide interest-free loans to Jewish residents of Northern California for education, small businesses, adoptions, first-time home purchases, as well as personal and emergency needs.


Jewish Community Relations Council Through education, community collaboration and advocacy, the JCRC works towards a more just society and a strong, vibrant Jewish community—both in the United States and in Israel.


The Consulate General of Israel in San Francisco strives to provide the best of Israel to the western US in public affairs, culture and consular services.


Lehrhaus Judaica is a non-denominational Jewish studies adult school. Every course is open to the public, and all interested adults are welcSizeome, regardless of age, religion, or ethnicity.


San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society is dedicated to the development, preservation and distribution of Jewish genealogical knowledge and material, and the sharing of techniques and tools with others who may be searching their Jewish Roots.


Jewish Vocational Services of San Francisco builds the skills needed to succeed in today’s workplace. We assist individuals to achieve self-sufficiency, and help businesses fulfill their employment goals.


The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 54 films from 13 countries, shown in 5 Bay Area venues over 99 screenings – exploring the best in independent Jewish cinema worldwide.


The Contemporary Jewish Museum has been envisioned as a dynamic and welcoming space in downtown San Francisco, where people of all backgrounds can come together to engage in the extraordinarily diverse dialogues of Jewish expression. The new Contemporary Jewish Museum, designed by Daniel Libseskind, is scheduled to open in Spring 2008.


InterfaithFamily.com is an online magazine for interfaith families exploring Jewish life. This resource is for everyone touched by interfaith relationships where one partner is Jewish, on every topic of interest to them, and for everyone who works with and cares about them.


ReformJudaism.org Project Welcome: Information for interfaith Jewish families compiled by the Union of Reform Judaism.


Reform Judaism is now the largest Jewish movement in North America, with more than 900 congregations and 1.5 million people.


The Union for Reform Judaism provides vision and leadership to Reform Jews and congregations on spiritual, ethical, social justice and management issues.


Camp Tawonga in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Yosemite National Park, has been a special place to thousands since 1925. Judaism is infused into daily life at camp. We offer programs for children, teens, adults, couples and families, and we’d love to have you join our community.


Camp Newman has provided a positive reinforcement for Jewish growth and development. The creation of a Jewish living experience in a natural community setting has touched the minds, spirits and souls of several generations.


Sinai Memorial Chapel Chevra Kadisha Serving the entire Jewish community since 1901, the only Jewish funeral home in the San Francisco Bay Area. Did you know that there is a Chevra Kaddisha in Sonoma County? We are members of various area synagogues who meet for the purpose of performing tahara, the ritual washing of the body prior to burial, and to be shomrim, guardians who stay with the body until the time of burial. Temple affiliation is not a prerequisite — we will perform this service for anyone who is Jewish upon request. If you would like to know more about the Chevra Kaddisha or to volunteer, please contact Mari Doxiadis at 579- 5525 or 291-3699.


My Jewish Learning is all about empowering Jewish discovery for anyone interested in learning more. We offer thousands of articles, videos and other resources to help you navigate all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life — from food to history to beliefs and practices.


Holocaust Center of Northern California is dedicated to the education, documentation, research, and remembrance of the Holocaust.

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