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Green Team


We invite you to join Rodef Sholom's Green Team! 

A vibrant, engaged group of congregants working to build a healthier, more equitable and sustainable world for all.

Among our current areas of focus- 

Climate Action, Food and Farmworker Justice, Judaism and Ecology

Bring your ideas and join us in our efforts as we organize opportunities for learning and action in our community. 

Click here to sign up for Green Team and Dayenu Circles


COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA)
Rodef Sholom offers a Community Supported Agriculture farm share program through F.E.E.D. Sonoma Farm Cooperative. Boxes contain a bountiful assortment of in-season fruits and vegetables from small farms. Contact Kris Grossman for information.

DAYENU CIRCLES: YOUR JEWISH HOME FOR CLIMATE ACTION

When we think about the climate crisis, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the scale of the challenge, and skeptical of our capacity as individuals to make a meaningful difference.

Dayenu Circles—small groups of people working on climate action—are a way for you to make powerful, positive change with a Jewish voice. Together with just a few friends, fellow community members, or neighbors you can join or create a Dayenu Circle that can be your homebase for climate action. Whether you’ve arrived at this moment with more questions than answers, or have spent years advocating for climate action, a Dayenu Circle is a way for you to channel your passion and concern together with others. Working in concert with other Dayenu Circles across the country you can advance significant national climate policy while also working locally within your community.

We do this work together not only to take effective action to confront the climate crisis, but to sustain ourselves and our spirits as we act. A Dayenu Circle can provide a center of gravity, enabling us to align Jewish values with the change we seek to make in the world. Rooted in community and drawing on Jewish wisdom and experience supports us as we move from fear and anxiety to courageous action.

Sun, December 5 2021 1 Tevet 5782