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Dayenu Workshop: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 8 Iyyar 5781

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Congregation Adath Jeshurun members have been invited to join Dayenu for a new workshop, “A Jewish Call to Climate Action: Confronting the Climate Crisis and Cultivating Spiritual Courage.”

In this workshop, led by the staff from Dayenu, we will explore how we are contending with the climate crisis on a personal and spiritual level. If you feel anxious, fearful, or sad about the climate crisis, or worried about how it might impact you, your family, or community, you are not alone. If you haven’t made space in a busy and ever-changing world to sit with the reality of a changing climate, you are not the only one.

This will be an engaging workshop in which we will begin to explore some of our concerns and questions the climate crisis raises, in a supportive community, rooted in Jewish wisdom and tradition, and building on an emerging body of thought focused on meeting the climate crisis with resilience. We will provide pathways for people to confront and move through feelings of fear, anxiety, and powerlessness and offer other pathways towards meaningful and bold action. If you are ready to move from fear, overwhelm, or numbness into courageous action on climate — or even, like many of us, you are not sure you are ready — please join us!

When: Tuesday, April 20, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (This was originally advertised as a 2-session workshop series, but we've reduced it to one, and it will now run until 9:30 PM instead of 9:00 PM.)

Where: This will be a virtual workshop on Zoom, link provided upon registration.

How to Register: Go to

Dayenu is a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. We care
deeply about equity and justice in our world and about the future we create for our children and future generations. We believe that together, drawing from our Jewish tradition, experience, and faith, we have the power to create real and lasting change.

To secure a livable and sustainable world for all people for generations to come by building a multi-generational Jewish movement that confronts the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action.

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