Jewish Communities Support People’s Climate March & Shabbat
Join Jewish communities in support of the People’s Climate March, on Saturday April 29th, 3 Iyyar 5777, the 18th day of the Omer.
As our communities begin our journey through the Omer, from Pesach to Shavuot, and from freedom to responsibility, join us to speak out for a world safe from the ravages of climate change – a world with good jobs, clean air, and safe communities for everyone.
Want to register your Jewish community to participate, either by marching or at home? Sign up here!
People’s Climate March
– Join the Facebook event
– Download handouts for engaging your Jewish community in the march. (link coming soon)
– Stay tuned for more information about Jewish participation in the faith contingent at the march.
– Coming from out of town? Need walkable Shabbat accommodations? Sign up for hospitality. (link coming soon)
– For ride information, we’ll link to the bus information compiled at PeoplesClimate.org as soon as it is available.
Resources for connecting the parsha and the omer to climate action
Canfei Nesharim’s divrei torah on Tazria and Metzorah
Hazon’s reflections on Omer Week Two from Rabbi Brent Spodek, Rabbi Zac Kamenetz
Resources for raising up climate justice on Shabbat in Jewish communities
Prayer as if the Earth Really Matters, by Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Slowing Down: Shabbat and Environmental Awareness from Canfei Nesharim
Praying for a Sustainable World, from Canfei Nesharim
From Torah Aura, for grades 7 and 8: A Jewish Response to Climate Change
From the Shalom Center, for teens: Elijah’s Covenant Climate Change Curriculum
Jewish organizations endorsing the People’s Climate March & Shabbat
(as of 3/14/2017)
To sign up your organization, fill out the registration form here.
The Adat Shalom Klezmer Workshop (Bethesda, MD)
Am Kolel (Montgomery County, MD)
American Jewish World Service
Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Community (Bethesda, MD)
Ansche Chesed (New York City, NY)
Aytzim: Ecological Judaism (New York, NY)
The Boston Synagogue (Boston, MA)
The City Congregation for Humanistic Secular Judiasm (New York, NY)
East Midwood Jewish Center (Brooklyn, NY)
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition (New York, NY)
Hazon (New York, NY)
Jewish Climate Action Network (Boston, MA)
Jewish Climate Action Network-NYC (New York City, NY)
The Kehillah (Bronx, NY)
Kehila Chadasha (Bethesda, MD)
Philadelphia Jewish Voice (Phildelphia, PA)
The Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore (Plandome, NY)
Repair the World NYC (New York, NY)
Shir Ha Yam (San Diego, CA)
Temple Beth David (Westwood, MA)
Temple Emanuel (Kensington, MD)
Temple Sinai of Massapequa (Massapequa, NY)