Celebrate Tu B’Shevat with Beth Ami

Celebrate Tu B’Shevat with Beth Ami on Sunday, January 23rd during Beth Ami Jewish Cultural School session at Countryside Recreation Center, 10470 Oak St., Broomfield, CO 80021. We will have Earth Guardians presentation for adults at 10am and Community Tu B’Shevat Seder at 11.

Rabbi Wine wrote,

Tu BʼShevat moved out of the narrow Zionist world into the broader sphere of universal values. Today we know that it takes many trees for the earth to be healthy. It takes many people working together to repair the physical damage humans have caused. Tu BʼShevat celebrates our intention to make the world more green and healthy – our obligation to care for and heal the world.”

For more information contact Sheila Malcolm at 303-499-5933 or sheilamalcolm@comcast.net

Beth Ami – Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism provides the opportunity to celebrate Jewish culture and identity consistent with a humanistic philosophy of life. Humanistic Judaism offers a Secular alternative in contemporary Jewish life, and is compatible with many belief systems. It was established by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine in 1963 in Detroit, Michigan, and has grown into a worldwide movement. Beth Ami is affiliated with the Society for Humanistic Judaism.

About Lenore Kingston

I am the Jewish Cultural School Director at Beth Ami CCHJ. Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present, and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy. www.bethami.com

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