This special Shabbat service, spearheaded by Beth Emet’s Dayenu Circle, will focus on our Jewish values, which guide us in the fight against climate change and other environmental challenges. We are honored to have State Senator Laura Fine as our guest speaker who will talk to us about the intersection of climate change and mental health. “Eco-anxiety” is caused by fearing the effects of climate change and feeling hopeless. Senator Fine will share what can be done, including meaningful actions we can take individually. Rabbi Memis-Foler will offer a meditation connecting us to the environment. Cantor Cotler will weave in melodies mindful of the Earth from our tradition and today.
Come just a little early to the Climate Action Shabbat to browse the info tables in the lobby. You’ll learn more about what’s happening in the local environment and climate action scene. Participating groups include Dayenu, Go Green Wilmette, Environmental Justice Evanston, Citizens Greener Evanston, and Citizens Climate Lobby. Find out how you can take some simple steps to reduce your carbon footprint and take action on climate- related advocacy positions.
For those seeking to learn and do more, here is a guide from the national Dayenu group, a climate change organization based on Jewish values, sharing activities which you can get involved with in the fight against climate change.
Welcome Shabbat whether in the Sanctuary or online! Pre-registration is no longer required unless you have yet to submit your booster information, (which is required now) and sign the Brit (Covenant of Responsibility) by completing the online form.
To listen to the service dial 847-869-4230 and press 7
Oneg in Honor of the Incoming & Outgoing Officers and Board of Trustees
Kabbalat Shabbat Service to Honor Our Officers and Board of Trustees (Incoming and Outgoing) Followed by Conversation Between David Graham and Rabbi London
Kahal Shabbat Morning Services
An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Saturday, repeating indefinitely