Other Marin Jewish congregations:
Congregation Kol Shofar, Tiburon, California.
Congregation Kol Shofar, Marin County's conservative synagogue, is a vibrant, progressive center of Jewish life. We are creating a new, expanded building on our current site, and we will be be holding our activities at different locations until the summer of 2010.
Gan HaLev, the Jewish Congregation of the San Geronimo Valley
Gan HaLev, The Jewish Congregation of the San Geronimo Valley, is an independent and unaffiliated group that started gathering in 1992. As ‘post-denominational' Jews, our membership represents a broad spectrum of Jewish life, practice, and backgrounds. We meet at the San Geronimo Valley Community Center at 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in central Marin County, California.
Closest URJ Camps:
Camp Newman-Swig, Santa Rosa
At Camp Newman-Swig, we strive to inspire campers and staff to take camp home and apply their Jewish learning to their daily lives, ultimately bettering themselves, their communities and the world.
Camp Tawonga, Yosemite
Independent Jewish summer camp next to Yosemite National Park for kids ages 7 through 17. Group-centered with an emphasis on wilderness and Jewish programming. Adventure travel on the West Coast , and weekend programs in the spring and fall.
Jewish Family and Children's Services (JFCS)
JFCS is a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization that provides services to individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds. We are like an extended family for so many in our community:
* Children and families
* Individuals and couples
* Refugees and emigres
* People with chronic diseases and/or disabilities
There are many others. Whether you need help caring for an elderly relative, want to brush up your parenting skills or are resettling in America from another country, JFCS is here for you.
Bureau of Jewish Education
The BJE is a team of highly skilled and motivated professionals, whose goal is to lead our community in creating vibrant and engaging Jewish learning for educators, families, teens, and adults. The BJE also offers financial aid in the following areas: College Scholarship Funds; Early Childhood Education Programs; Day Schools Fund; Family Specialty Camp Fund; Summer Day Camp Fund; Summer Overnight Camp Funds for West Bay Families; Summer Overnight Camp Funds for East Bay Families; and Teen Trips to Israel Scholarship Funds.
Jewish Community Federation
The Jewish Community Federation works to protect and enhance Jewish life in our community through fundraising, strategic planning and providing funding for programs that care for those in need; that strengthen and secure the safety of the Jewish people; and that foster Jewish renaissance at home, in Israel and in other Jewish communities.
Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is the central public affairs arm of the organized Bay Area Jewish community. It represents Bay Area synagogues and Jewish organizations on issues impacting the rights and protection of Jews as individuals and as a community.
JCRC builds consensus in the Bay Area organized Jewish community on public affairs issues, and translates these positions into community action with the broader community, public officials, other faith and ethnic communities, and the media.
The Jewish Welcome Network
The Jewish Welcome Network provides outreach consultation and resources to synagogues, Jewish schools and agencies of all denominations and affiliations in the Bay Area. Their mission is to help organizations increase their welcome and engagement of Jews, interfaith families, and all those who are interested in exploring Judaism and Jewish culture.