Shabbat Noach Events

published on: 16-03-2011

Find out how communities across Israel are celebrating Shabbat Noach!

Shabbat Noach Events

The following is a list of events scheduled for Shabbat Noach in Israel.  All events are in Hebrew unless otherwise indicated.  We would love to hear what you are doing!  This page will be updated regularly before Shabbat Noach.  To register your event with Teva Ivri, please contact hadas@tevaivri.org.il.

Shabbat Noach Central Event – “The Flood is Before Us”

Friday, October 23, 9:00-14:00 at the Nature Museum in Jerusalem (German Colony)

The event will include Tours, “Chevruta” Study Groups, Lectures, Practical Workshops, Music, Information Booths, and Children’s Activities.  Presented by Teva Ivri, SPNI, International Cultural and Community Council, the Jerusalem Municipality, and the Sustainable Jerusalem Coalition.

For details:  tamir@tevaivri.org.il

“Returning the World to a State of Repair – Beit Midrash on Judaism and the Environment”

Monday, October 19 at Midreshet Moriah, Haifa

The public is invited to an evening launching the yearly Beit Midrash program.  Facilitated by Dr. Jeremy Benstein.

For details:  moriahaifa@gmail.com or 04-825-1495

Shabbaton “Brit Olam”

October 22-24 Yerucham

Tours and experiential learning about Judaism, the environment, and the connections between them.  Sponsored by Atid B’Midbar, Midreshet B’yachad, Yerucham Community Center, and the Noam Eliyahu School (Netivot)

For details:  bamidbaroffice@gmail.com or 08-658-5484

“Connections – Judaism, Environment, Society, and Community” – Amit Schools

In honor of Shabbat Noach, Amit is launching a young leadership program (in memory of Roi Klein z”l) in which students will engage in environmental action with connections to Jewish sources.

Evening on the Topic of Judaism and the Environment

Thursday, October 22, 22:00 p.m. Kehilat Yachad, Modi’in

Opening event for Shabbat Noach activities in the community.

For details: yymodiin@gmail.com

Tzameret Youth Group of the Zionist Council will dedicate Shabbat Parshat Noach to activities relating to Sustainability and Judaism.  

For details:  0525821444

“To Be a Jew Is To Be Green”

Midreshet HaGolan, Hispin

Shabbat Parshat Noach will be dedicated to Jewish environmental topics.

For details:  www.mhg.co.il or 04-667-8888

Beit Midrash “Derech Eretz” – Community Leadership for Environmental Change

October 18, Beit Midrash Elul, Jerusalem

The yearly course for community leaders, sponsored by Beit Midrash Elul, Teva Ivri, and the SPNI, will open with an event that is open to the public.

For details:  02563-6236

Climate Change Petition – Jewish Climate Initiative

JCI will be collecting signatures (a target of 600,000) for a written declaration of our responsibility as Jews to act in response to global climate change.  

Shabbat Kehilla, Kehilat Hod V’Hadar (Kfar Saba)

October 23-24, Center for Jewish Education, Chanaton

The community Shabbaton will explore Judaism and the environment through a learning program, local tours, and activities for the family.

Environmental Kabbalat Shabbat

October 23, Beit Avichai, Jerusalem

With participation by Jackie Levy and Amir Balaban