The climate crisis is a defining challenge of our lifetimes. We are seeing a rise in wildfires, flooding, extreme weather, asthma, resource-related conflict, the list goes on. Simply confronting the realities of our warming earth can be hard to absorb, not just cognitively, but also emotionally.
That’s why a core element of the mission of Dayenu: The Jewish Call to Climate Action is cultivating spiritual resilience so that we can confront this challenge powerfully while remaining energized, grounded, and effective.
Join us for this session that will be facilitated by Dayenu’s trained and experienced facilitators. Note that this event is NOT a lecture or frontal presentation; participants will be invited to engage in a series of exercises, reflective practices, and dialogues designed to help us all access the ancient wisdom and spiritual power of Judaism as we grapple with the challenges of this moment.
Given the active nature of the program, it is open to individuals high-school age or older. If you have been looking for ways to get more involved in environmental work, we hope join us.
Also, the session will be open to individuals from across Metrowest who are interested in or currently active with the work of Dayenu, so it’s a chance to connect with Jews from other temples who are exploring these issues.
If you have any questions, reach out to TST Dayenu Circle Chair Max Klau at .