Petaluma's Inclusive Center for Jewish Life
Jewish Community Resources
Linking to the Jewish World
Jewish Federation of San Francisco, Marin, Peninsula, and Sonoma
The Jewish Federation is an agency of the community which serves as a planning, fundraising, and Israel related resource.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, Marin, Peninsula, and Sonoma
JFCS is the social service agency of the Jewish community, offering counseling, family support, parenting programs and services geared to seniors. The Sonoma County office is located in Santa Rosa.
Santa Rosa office 707-571-8131
Bureau of Jewish Education
This Bay area resource serving Jewish day schools, afternoon schools, and preschools provides teacher training and resources.
Jewish Community Center of Sonoma County
Based in Santa Rosa, this J.C.C. without walls offers cultural events, educational, and spiritual opportunities for the Jewish residents of Sonoma County.
Santa Rosa office 707-528-4222
Consulate General of Israel of the Pacific Northwest
This link takes you to the official site of the government of Israel as represented by the consulate in San Francisco.
Jewish Community Relations Council
This San Francisco based agency is one of the "official" arms of the Jewish community representing Jews in areas of social justice, intergroup relations, and in matters relating to Israel.
Domestic violence happens in Jewish families. Shalom Bayit is a resource for Bay area women. A hotline is available as an immediate resource.
News straight from Israel ... a view of happenings, events, and a range of opinions from Israel.
One of Israel's primary newspapers and a great source of information about news and analysis of Israel's government.
Links to Jewish Living and Learning
This link provides a resource for the Jewish calendar, weekly Torah readings, converting English dates to Hebrew dates, etc.
Siddur Eit Ratzon
BIJC adopted a new prayerbook a few years back that provides a modern translation, complete transliteration, commentary, and meditations. The new book has offered access to many for whom the Siddur - prayerbook - was a "closed book." This website will tell you all about it.