The Internet holds incredible opportunities for Jewish learning, exploring, and connecting. Here are a few of our favorite resources:
The invaluable source for all things Jewish calendar. Want to know when Shabbat will end this week or what day will be Purim in 2042—they’ll tell you. They also have great resources for learning about Shabbat and the holidays.
A simple answer to a sometimes complicated question—and a total lifesaver!
Jewish Los Angeles
A center for Jewish learning and living, dedicated to advancing Jewish thought and culture. The proud parent organization of the Miller Program.
An umbrella organization which runs many of the Jewish community’s best known programs; Federation serves the needy, engages the disconnected, and is building LA’s Jewish future.
A provider of vital services to those in need, including emergency food assistance, mental health care, domestic violence shelters, and care for the most vulnerable members of our community..
The Internet’s best and most comprehensive source for Jewish learning resources— including everything from scholarly articles to recipes. Includes many interactive tools to test and expand your knowledge.
The hands-down hippest method of studying the Bible— using incredible animations and original music created by artists, scholars, and rabbis.
You know the joke… two Jews, three Opinions. JVO poses wide ranging questions to panels of Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox rabbis and let’s them say what they really think.
Get the local perspective on all things Jewish— this highly respected paper is a weekly must-read for all LA area Jews.
One of America’s oldest and most respected Jewish newspapers— a comprehensive source for what’s going on in the Jewish world.
An outstanding online Jewish magazine—bringing together diverse writers to reflect on arts, culture, politics, religion and more.
Learn Jewish prayers at your own pace with this great collection of recordings, which closely follows the Conservative Movement’s prayer book, Siddur Sim Shalom.
An innovative site dedicated to re-imagining Jewish lifecycle rituals. Explore and discover creative, deeply meaningful Jewish approaches to marking all of life’s transitions.
Jewish, 26 or under, and never been to Israel on an organized trip before? Answer YES to all three things and you qualify for an all-expenses paid trip to Israel.
Experience Israel with the one you love. This highly-subsidized Israel trip for young couples in their first five years of marriage is a life-changing experience.
Often called Israel’s version of the New York Times— Haaretz is Israel’s undisputed newspaper of record and the best way to learn about what’s happening in the Homeland.
Dedicated to mobilizing Jewish values to stamp out poverty, hunger, and inequality across the developing world—AJWS is a true moral leader.
This Los Angeles based organization has been leading the charge against genocide in Africa for a decade.
A national organization with an important local presence, Bend the Arc is a leading Jewish voice on issues of civil rights, immigration, worker’s rights, and other pressing issues.