What are the connections between the natural world and Judaism? What does Judaism have to say about our responsibility to the planet? What contribution can Judaism make to the struggle against Climate change, loss of bio-diversity, the ills of factory farming? Many environmentalists have said that if we are to heal our environment, it won’t be through technical fixes alone – it takes a deep re-orientation of how we look at the world and our place in it. Can Judaism provide that deep shift in world view? (Yes. Come find out how.)
Rabbi Natan will be offering this four-class series at Congregation Kerem Shalom in Concord, MA, starting on April 14 for 4 consecutive Tuesdays. The class is from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. For more information and to join, e-mail Rosalie Gerut at email@example.com.