Explore your role in creating a more just world, craft, nosh, and reconnect with nature. All ages are invited, and all materials and food are provided.
The celebration of Sukkot, which commemorates the shelter of the Israelites in the wilderness, leads us to focus on the importance of shelter and housing, our mandate to welcome others into our homes, the environment and exigencies of nature, and how we use the food we gather from the land to feed ourselves and others.
This program is sponsored by Jewish Partnership for Justice and Service: A Collaborative project of Congregation Kol Ami, Jewish Vocational Service, and Jewish Family Services.
This program is made possible by a generous grant from J-LEAD.