Did You Know?
The PJCC is a non-profit organization that relies upon generous donations to continue serving our community in meaningful ways. Your contributions help the PJCC provide a wide range of programs for people in every generation. Visit www.pjcc.org/donate.
Read about our Guiding Principles as seen on our pillar installation as well as the 5-foot Mezuzzah art piece.
Privacy @ PJCC
The PJCC does not share, rent, trade or sell member and donor information with third parties.
See more information on our Privacy Policies.
Learn about how the PJCC practices Tikkun Olam
(Repairing the World) with "Green" living and how it gives back to the community.
Questions for the PJCC?
Do you have any questions on policies, benefits, membership information, or anything else? If so, please contact us at:
- Phone: 650.212.PJCC (7522)
PJCC Mission Statement
A Commitment To Life
Reaching 20,000 people annually, our life-enhancing programs span the generations to educate, promote wellness and happiness, prevent isolation, and strengthen Jewish, interfaith and family bonds.
The mission of the PJCC is to build a caring and connected community, develop leadership and strengthen Jewish identity and values in a center with an environment that is welcoming to all people at every stage of life.
PJCC Guiding Principles
Jewish Life • Chavaya Yehudit
We celebrate the dyamic gifts of Jewish culture, tradition, ethics and community we received from generations before us. We joyfully welcome our role in enhancing these gifts today and for future generations.
Welcoming All • Hachnasat Or'chim
Our house is open wide to all. We embrace the diversity of culture, opinion, religion and identity in our community, and we strive to make the Center an accessible space where it feels safe to be oneself.
Our Community of Family & Friends • Kehilla u'Mishpacha
We are a hub for engagement, dialogue, collaboration and the celebrations that enrich our lives and the community in which we live. We also foster K’lal Yisrael, the unity of the Jewish people, by strengthening our link to the broader Jewish community and the State of Israel.
Wholeness of Body, Mind & Spirit • Shleimut
We respect and nurture each individual’s journey toward wholeness and see our role as a catalyst for wellness, exploration, reflection and growth.
Repairing the World • Tikkun Olam
Each person makes a difference. Together we are responsible for making our community a place where we uphold dignity for all and seek to improve the world through our actions.