This year’s Shabbaton will be a day of prayer, study, and making delicious food together for adults in community. Our theme is the environment: What impact do we have on the world around us? What does our tradition teach us about how we should care for the Earth and its people?
Take a look at the schedule for the day below:
9:00 a.m.: Challah braiding** and veggie chili making for adults; Tot Shabbat for families with tots
9:30 a.m.: Tots will join in the challah braiding (with help from their parents!)
10:00 a.m.: Meditative prayer and learning
12:30 p.m.: Session 1 (one of these options)
- A meditative walk
- Text study on Jewish environmentalism
- Part 1 of Tu B’shevat seder plate making*
1:45 p.m.: Session 2 (one of these options)
- Israel and the environment
- Going deeper on responding to climate change
- Part 2 of Tu B’shevat seder plate making
2:45 p.m.-3:00 p.m.: S’udah shlisheet (light nosh), wrap up, and Havdalah
We hope you can join us for this incredible morning in community.
Registration is required; register below.
*Please note that the seder plate project includes both afternoon sessions and requires an additional materials fee.
**Want to help us make challah? Join us Friday, February 1 at 10:00 a.m! We’re going to make the dough for everyone to braid the morning of the Shabbaton. All ingredients will be provided, but we ask that if you have a stand mixer with a bread hook, measuring cups, and/or measuring spoons, please bring them! (and make sure they’re labeled with your name) No children under 5. RSVP to Rabbi Wainer.