Sign In Forgot Password
Petaluma's Inclusive Center for Jewish Life


Mondays at 2 p.m. via Zoom

Learn prayerbook Hebrew every Monday at 2 via Zoom! Open to all members of the community who are past the age of B'nai Mitzvah. Led by Rabbi Ted Feldman. We will use "Learn Hebrew Today: Alef-Bet for Adults" as a text. (Available for purchase from Amazon.) First class Monday, April 26, 2021. To join or for information, email



Who ARE Those People.. Pt. II
Every other Wednesday @ 7 PM from April 14-June 9

Who ARE Those People On My Screen?
Starts Wednesday, January 13, 7-8:30 p.m.

BIJC members interviewing BIJC members. What could be more fun? Learn about your shul-buddies in this informal Zoom Interview Series, running bi-weekly from 1/13—3/10. The Zoom link will be in the weekly newsletter. 



Fridays at 11:30 a.m. via Zoom

Rabbi Ted Feldman would like to invite you to join him in direct study of the text of the Talmud. The Judaism that has evolved to our day is rooted in these ancient texts which provide guidance, insight, and understanding of the spiritual and structured world of our people. Beginning on Friday, October 2 at 11:30 a.m., join a foray into the section of the Talmud dealing with Berachot, blessings.

To receive a Zoom link invitation, please email



Wednesdays at 2 p.m. via Zoom (May-September 2020)

Perhaps more than ever before, our everyday lives revolve around the kitchen. So we've tapped into the deep well of some of BIJC's most amazing cooks to guest-host a weekly culinary class by Zoom every Wednesday at 2 p.m. All are welcome! Recipes are linked below and also published in the weekly newsletter. If you would like to join our virtual gathering, please contact The Zoom link will open at 1:45 and the class will begin at 2.

BONUS RECIPES! – Bloomfield Pear ButterPear & Black Pepper Preserves – Apple Salad (A Rosh Hashanah Favorite) – Toby Jacknowitz's Mock Chopped Liver – Granya's Noodle Kugel

Recurring Study Opportunities

Individual Study and Direction

Rabbi Feldman is available to set up individual courses of study, including for those interested in exploring basic Judaism.

You may reach Rabbi Feldman at 707-765-2937 or

Fri, June 18 2021 8 Tammuz 5781