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We provide Jewish spiritual care to those who are ill, dying and bereaved, their loved ones and caregivers, without regard to affiliation or ability to pay.
JeWitch Collective is a community of Jews, Pagans, and Allies that draws on Earth-based magick. We use activism, ritual, education and coalition-building to empower ourselves and to pursue tikkun olam (repair of the world). The organization was founded by and has always been stewarded by queer folxs including gender non-conforming people. Our constituency is over 50% queer. The Aquarian Minyan in Berkeley, CA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, serves as our fiscal sponsor.
Congregation Shomrei Torah is the home of progressive Reform Judaism in Sonoma County. Blending the traditional with the innovative, we are a diverse, inclusive and socially conscious community that provides a doorway to Jewish life through worship, study, social action, fellowship, and play. Our congregation is a welcoming community for households of every variety. Our clergy are available to marry interfaith and same-sex couples, and our facilities are available to host weddings and other life-cycle celebrations.
JeWitch Camp is a multi-day restorative event for Jews, Pagans and those who love them that draws on earth-based magick and uses activism, ritual and education to empower ourselves and to pursue tikkun olam (repair of the world). Starhawk has taught at each camp. JeWitch Camp is produced by JeWitch Collective, which is a community of Jews, Pagans, and Allies that draws on Earth-based magick. We use activism, ritual, education and coalition-building to empower ourselves and to pursue tikkun olam (repair of the world).