Other Jewish Organizations in Seattle
Young Leadership Division of the Seattle Federation - Serving young Jewish professionals ages 25-40 through social, cultural, and community service programming, and by involving them in the fundraising mission of Seattle Jewish Federation. Email YLD for more information.
Kavana Seattle - A Jewish Cooperative just founded in summer 2006 is now recruiting members. Weekly learning programs offered in a home setting run by Kavana Rabbi Rachel Nussbaum and her husband, Jewish Studies Professor Noam Pianko. Email Kavana for more information.
HNT:NextGen - This newly formed group of Seattle, Bellevue and Mercer Island young adults in their 20s and 30s is a branch of Herzl-Ner Tamid, a Conservative Congregation on Mercer Island. NextGen hosts a bi-monthly Shabbat program and monthly social and outdoor activities. Email NextGen for more information.
Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State - Striving to be a complete resource of Jewish Genealogical Research for residents of Washington state, this group meets regularly on Mercer Island. See a list of their resources here.
Jdate.com - The most popular Jewish internet dating site in Seattle.
Chabad UW - There are Chabad Houses on campuses across the Nation. Chabad has been active at the UW campus for many years, and now UW students finally have a Chabad House they can call their own. At the beginning of 2004, Rabbi Elie and Chaya Estrin moved to Seattle from Cincinnati, OH, to direct Chabad activities on thsi rich and diverse campus.
The Guide to Jewish Washington - Information on all things Jewish in Seattle.
Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle - Serving the entire Seattle Jewish Community.
Stroum Jewish Community Center - Seattle's only JCC, located on Mercer Island.
Lox of Friends - Serves single Jewish adults in the Seattle Area ages 40 and up.
Nextbook - A gateway to Jewish literature, culture and ideas.
Synagogues In Greater Seattle - List of Synagogues from The Guide to Jewish Washington.
Jew-ish.com - A website which brings Jews in their 20s and 30s together virtually to offer perspectives on the Jewish world - mostly locally but also beyond - as well as act as a central point where Jews and their friends can meet for a night at a show or a party or a trip to synagogue. It's a way to make you think about where Judaism fits into your life, but also a way to become a little bit more active in whichever way you are most comfortable. No pressure from your parents, no requests for donations, no obligatory matzoh ball soup with schmaltz.
Hillel Homepage - Great source for Jewish learning and info on program opportunities.
Taglit-birthright israel - Free trips to Israel for 18-26 year olds who have never been to Israel on an organized peer-based trip. Jconnect organizes Seattle community trips every June - look out for registration in February.
Hebrew Calendar - Online hebrew calendar, downloadable to your Palm or PocketPC.
G-cast.com - G-dcast is a place to watch cartoons based on the story Jews are reading in the Torah this week. Low commitment learning! Check out a different narrator for 4 minutes each week - some tell stories, some sing country songs.