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Eco-Judaism at Bonai Shalom for First Friday Series

center for eco judaismCan true Eco-Kashrut work under today’s system of production? The yearning to connect to ancient Jewish traditions and grow sustainable food today inspired two rabbis to found the Center for Eco-Judaism in Pueblo, Colorado in 2009. Join Bonai Shalom for First Friday Dinner and Discussion on June 7 and hear the story of  the Center.  It is now a synagogue, farm, ranch, wilderness, learning, teaching, and gathering place for the broader community. Come hear the successes and challenges of their inspiring and important work.

Rabbi Elisheva Brenner, JD, LPC, NBCC is a founder and the director of the Center for Eco-Judaism and a co-founder of Eco-Glatt, Inc. She strives to create a sustainable system of food and agriculture, connecting to Judaism and her local interfaith community. You can learn more about this work at www.centerforecojudaism.com.

Friday, June 7.  Services at 6:00 pm, and dinner is at 7:00 pm, followed by the lecture. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, June 5 and  paid in advance: 303-442-6605 or office@bonaishalom.org. Dinner is $15/adult, $12/child, BYOB Kosher Wine. Congregation Bonai Shalom is located at 1527 Cherryvale Ave, Boulder.

About Kit Colorado

Kit Colorado
I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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