In the cold and dark of winter we're excited to bring a Shabbaton to you to celebrate Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish New Year for the Trees. Though certainly a holiday in which we connect to the environment, in the Talmud this is also discussed as essentially a tax holiday, so we'll hear wisdom of how environmental and economic justice go hand in hand.
Most importantly though, we want the work of environmental justice to feel possible. We want you to see the You Be'Shevat!
Friday Night Feb 3rd
5:10PM Kabbalat Shabbat
6:30PM Friday Night Communal Dinner -- unfortunately we're full, but join us for...
8:45PM Dessert, Tisch, and Wisdom from a Forager
Shabbat Day Feb 4th
9:30AM Shacharit (and Hot Coffee) at the Beis
12:00PM Kiddush in Bennett Park (Weather Permitting)
3:15PM Panel on Nature in our Neighborhood
4:45PM Mincha, Followed by Seudat Shlishit and Discussion of Jewish Economic Justice from the Talmud
5:55PM Maariv, Followed by Musical Havdala at the Beis
_____________________________________________________________________________________Beis Address: 587 Ft Washington Ave corner of 187th (beige door on the right), we'll also have a sign and/or greeters to meet you -- all shabbaton activities unless otherwise noted Bennett Park: Fort Washington Ave between 183rd-184th on the west side of the street -- KiddushThe Beis is mask optional for those vaccinated; otherwise, please mask up! Looking forward to spending a beautiful Shabbat with you! Questions? Email email@example.com