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Jewish Climate Change Conference

  • Temple Reyim 1860 Washington Street Newton, MA (map)

This half-day conference brings the Jewish community together to explore surmounting challenges and mobilizing communities to act. Learn actions for individuals and congregations to take on the path forward in the coming years. Build connections. Learn from and with experts and leaders. Themes include: Sustainable Synagogues, Systemic Change Advocacy, Spirituality and Psychology, Food and Ecosystems, The Arts, Food Making, and Path for the Next 12 Years. A plenary session on "How Do We Engage Our Congregations in Climate Action?" will equip us to move forward.

Who should come? Clergy, Educators, Lay leaders, Green team members, Social action committee members, Building committee members, Finance committee members, Artists, musicians, poets, Cooks and chefs, Teens, College students, Anyone else concerned

There are workshops for everyone, and a delicious meal to top it off at the end of the day!

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Earlier Event: March 23
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