Rabbi Katy Z. Allen Eco-Rabbi and Chaplain
Rabbi Katy Z. Allen                                                       Eco-Rabbi and Chaplain

Bring a Shabbat for the Earth to your synagogue on any day.

Bring Rabbi Katy to your synaogue for a single event or day, or as a scholar-in-residence for a weekend and encounter a variety of kinds of engagement.

 

Below are suggested workshops and classes -

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Every program is tailored to the specific needs of the community. 

 

Sacred Texts and our Lives

Interactive workshops focusing on our connections to four kinds of sacred texts - of our lives, of our community, of our tradition, and of the Earth.

From Grief and Despair to Hope and Joy: Staying Strong in an Age of Climate Crisis

 

In an age of climate crisis, how can we access and maintain deeper levels of faith and hope to sustain us in both our personal lives and in our activism for the planet?

Nature Memories Workshop

 

Find the healing energy in starting a nature memories journal.

Jewish Nature Walks and Outdoor Services

 

Take a Jewish nature walk or enjoy alternative Shabbat morning services in the woods.

Shabbat for the Earth

 

Transform your Shabbat services through meditations and experiences of the Torah that enrich people's connections to Creation.

For Clergy Only (either Jewish only or interfaith)

 

A workshop for religious leaders to help support them in talking more about climate change with their congregation.

What Can We Do? What MORE Can We Do?

 

Provide a facilitated conversation about what to do, both as individuals and as a congregation.

For Children and Families

 

Provide opportunities for children and families to connect to creation together and for older children to express their concerns and to determine ways to take action.

Collaboration

Rabbi Katy is open to collaborating with other environmental activists in your area and would be glad to discuss options for either Jewish or interfaith settings.

Fees

For information about scheduling, fees, and the specifics of what programs are best for your congregation, contact Rabbi Katy.

Contact Rabbi Katy:

237 Old Connecticut Path
Wayland, MA, 01778

Phone: 508-358-5996

Email: rabbikza@rabbikza.com

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