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Jonas Goldman Judaica Shop

Shake that Lulav! Blow that Shofar!
To order your own set of lulav and etrog, or to purchase your very own shofar, please email:, or text or leave a message with Jane Orkand (916) 365-5579. The price per set is $49.50, with a 10% discount for WBI members. All orders must be received by Friday, September 7th, no exceptions.
You will be called to arrange pickup at the B’nai Israel gate, on or after September 30th.


The gift shop will reopen when it is safe to do so. Thank you for your understanding.

No matter what the holiday or occasion, please come see
our wonderful Jewish holiday and gift selection before you schlep all the way to the Bay Area. Many of our B'nai Mitzvah students have a "wish list" in the shop.

The Jonas Goldman Judaica Shop is open:

  • Tuesdays, 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

  • Sundays, 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

If you have questions about the gift shop, or need an appointment to visit the gift shop, call the B'nai Israel
office at 916-446-4861.

The staff of the Jonas Goldman Judaica Gift Shop at Congregation B'nai Israel is here to help you. We have a wonderful selection of Judaica ritual items, beautiful Israeli jewelry, and other gift selections for every occasion.

  • Shofars, New Year's cards, apple & honey dishes
  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah and wedding gifts, including gift registry and personalized kippot
  • Candlesticks, matchbook holders & candles, Kiddush wine cups, challah plates & knives
  • Holiday decorations, tabletop & accents
  • Menorahs, dreidels & gelt
  • Seder & Matzah plates, Elijah & Miriam's cups
  • Baby & children's gifts including books, bibs, stuffed animals, Hebrew blocks & activity booklets
  • Tallit, kippot (yarmulkes), mezuzahs, tzedakah boxes, yads,
  • Keepsake boxes in stained glass and wood, and yahrzeit candles and holders
  • A wide selection of books for adults and children, including Torah commentaries,
  • Prayer books, Hebrew dictionaries, B'nai Mitzvah guides
  • And books focusing on spirituality, Jewish holiday & observance, Jewish women's issues and a myriad of other topics
  • Cards for all Jewish life cycle events and holidays
  • Exquisite jewelry by Jewish artisans, including many pieces from Israel, including several new Israeli artists
  • Shabbat and Yahrzeit candles (also available for sale in the temple office)
Tue, September 22 2020 4 Tishrei 5781