Links to Jewish Websites
Visitors to the world wide web will find an amazing number of Jewish web sites. If you're interested in "surfing" the web, the following links may be of interest.
Jewish Bulletin of Northern California covering the S.F. Jewish Bay Area
Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties http://jewishfed.org/
Jewish Historical Society of Napa Valley www.jhsnv.org
Jewish Webcasting Guide http://jewishwebcasting.com/
Bi-Monthly Jewish Radio Show airing Thursday evenings from
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on OZCAT 89.5 FM KZCT, Vallejo, CA.
The vision of Taglit-Birthright Israel is to strengthen Jewish identity, Jewish communities and solidarity with Israel by providing a 10-day trip to Israel for young Jewish people.
Hadassah Solano - Napa Chapter
Hadassah, the Women`s Zionist Organization of America is a volunteer women`s organization with about 300,000 members and supporters in the United States. Its activities include supporting medical, educational and youth facilities in Israel.
Hebrew Resources: Learning and Practicing
Hebrew is a 3rd millennium Semitic language. Biblical Hebrew, one of the oldest Hebrew dialects, forms the basis of the Old Testament Bible, and the Torah. Ancient Hebrew was written using Aramaic script, as Aramaic was a proto-Semitic language. The following are educational resources for the Hebrew Language. http://www.clickinks.com/Hebrew-Resources-Learning-and-Practicing.html
BayJews.org is your portal to Bay Area Jewish life.
Our mission is to help us feel connected to our Jewish community.
Daily News from Israel The Jerusalem Post
The Portal Directory to the Jewish World
Lehrhaus Judaica:The Adult School for Jewish Studies
Courses at sites throughout the San Francisco Bay Area http://www.lehrhaus.org
Links to Jewish Websites
Midrasha in Berkeley
East Bay Jewish Community High School http://www.midrasha.org/
The Jewish InternetConsortium www.shamash.org
The Jewish Children's Learning Network. The perfect resource for Jewish Children, Parents and Educators.
Aish.com – Family: http://www.aish.com/f/
Resources for families
Jewish Music www.jewishmusic.com
WineSpirit institute for the study of wine and spirituality, www.winespirit.org
Kosher Store http://www.kosher.com
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum http://www.ushmm.org
Interactive Jewish Calendar
generates a list of Jewish holidays and candle lighting times customized to your zip code, city, or latitude/longitude. http://www.hebcal.com
Discover Your Heritage
Visit www.jewishgen.org to learn more about your family's ancestral history.
On JewishGen, researchers share genealogical information, techniques, and case studies. With a growing database of more than seven million records, including some material from previous centuries, the website is a forum for the exchange of information about Jewish life and family history and has enabled thousands of families to connect and re-connect in a way never before possible.
Jewish history, and current events, in Central and Eastern Europe
http://www.centropa.org We are an international team of historians, filmmakers, web designers, journalists, educators, photographers and Jewish community activists. Our goal is to create a window into Jewish history, and current events, in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. By marrying together the newest technologies and serious research methods, we want to take Jewish history off the shelf, and bring it into your homes, classrooms, synagogues, libraries, book clubs and organizations.
Families in Transition (FIT) of Benicia, California
An opportunity to avoid homelessness . . .http://www.familiesintransition.org