Temple Beth Emeth and St. Clare’s Episcopal Church are collaborating to fight climate change, and we invite you to engage with us for a series of programs designed to amplify the message that by taking action together, right now, we can ensure a better future for all.
Take the Plastics Pledge
Take an Inventory
Climate Action starts with awareness of how we can have an impact for positive change. From June 20 – 26, take an inventory of all the single use plastic that enters your home, make note of how it is used, and consider alternatives. Register your ideas and be automatically entered into a raffle for fun prizes designed to reduce the amount of plastic in and around us every day! Download or print the forms at www.saintclareschurch.org/inventory.
Climate Action Shabbat Service
Friday, June 24 at 7:30pm at Temple Beth Emeth in person or join via Zoom here; hear from Dayenu members about the intersection between Judaism and the environment and celebrate a Climate Hero from St. Clare’s.
Make it a Movie Night
A screening of David Attenborough’s film “A Life On Our Planet”, along with a discussion, Havdalah service and desserts, starting at 7pm on Saturday, June 25, at Temple Beth Emeth; enjoy a wonderful documentary and a beautiful Havdalah service. To attend this in-person event, masks and proof of vaccination are required.
Climate Action Worship Service
Sunday, June 26 at 10:30am at St. Clare’s Episcopal Church in person and outside. Join us as we learn more about the Genesis Green Team from Murray Rosenthal and celebrate TBE Climate Hero Cathy Marshall!
Help with rain garden prep and other climate-friendly plantings and landscaping projects on Sunday, June 26, from 1pm – 4pm, at the grounds of Genesis. Please register here. Wear gardening clothes, and if it’s hot, bring water and a hat. We’ll reach out about specific projects and helpful tools to bring the week of the event. Open to all ages!
Learn more about how our community is addressing climate change
St. Clare’s Sustainability Corner in the St. Clarian each week or visit www.saintclareschurch.org/climate-change.