Compassion & Justice

Our tradition calls on us to protect the vulnerable, work for justice, and heal our world.


Through our Compassion and Justice activities we seek ways to do this, sustainably and effectively, in the realms of both service and advocacy.


We draw on Jewish wisdom to better understand the issues we want to address, and to work for change in ways that are grounded in both justice and compassion.


Currently, we focus on learning about and working towards racial and climate justice.


WHO: Everyone who would like to participate in these efforts is welcome.


You don't need to be Jewish to work together to make the world better, or to explore and draw on Jewish wisdom on these topics.

Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis

Monday, September 12, 7-8:45pm PT, online

Learn more and register here

Jewish tradition teaches us to repair the world. Now is our time.


How might we help both to mitigate climate crises and to adapt to them, especially relative to vulnerable communities and threatened species?


We will discuss individuals and groups working on these issues. While we will be drawing on All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson, we invite you to this session, whether or not you are reading the book.


Email questions to Adrianne Bank.