San Francisco Bay Area



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From lifecycle events to the everyday journey of being in an interfaith family, we can help you explore Judaism in the way that works best for you and your family.

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Upcoming events

Night at the Jewseum: Purim Cabaret

March 21, 5:00PM

Yaaas Queen! It’s Purim and The CJM has a spiel you don’t want to miss. Join San Francisco’s favorite queens LOL McFiercen, Miss Shugana, Black Benatar, along with Queen Esther and the original He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named for a rollicking Purim drag cabaret. You too can be a queen when you create your own DIY beard-crown at the […]

Tri-Valley Cultural Jews Purim Celebration

March 24, 10:30AM

Please join the Tri-Valley Cultural Jews for our annual secular Purim celebration. We will make hamantaschen, have crafts, games, and fun for all ages, and present our annual Purim skit. Bring your favorite hamantaschen filling. Attendees are also encouraged to come dressed as their favorite Purim character.

Jewish Women’s Theatre: ‘It’s a Life’

March 25, 7:30PM

“It’s a Life” looks at the ironic, mystifying and often times unbelievably funny events surrounding death. Tears may come, but also laughter as we celebrate life. The show will be performed on March 25 and is presented by Los Angeles-based Jewish Women’s Theatre (JWT). JWT seeks out accomplished writers, encouraging them to explore their Jewish […]

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Getting Married? Planning an interfaith wedding?

Interfaith marriages bring up many complicated issues, but you’ve come to the right place to find answers. Visit InterfaithFamily’s wedding resource page.


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Here are some basic cheat sheets on Jewish holidaysfood and greetings. Plus read some of our latest dual-faith and multi-traditional parenting adventures.