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Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools Sustainability

 

Solar

Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools is excited to be celebrating our 150th Anniversary. We have identified sustainability and environmental stewardship as one of the core tenets of our celebration as we plan for the next 150 years. We firmly believe that Tikkun Olam should be a part of our mission to ensure that the future will be better for our children in the years to come. Ensuring that our children also learn about the importance of sustainability is paramount. Now is the time to act. For these reasons, we are initiating a solar power installation on our campus. We want to demonstrate to our members, our children, and our community that we can be leaders in sustainability efforts and do our part to combat climate change. By installing a solar system, Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools will provide real pioneering leadership in renewable energy, creating an example for our congregation and the broader Jewish community.

 

 

 


COMING SOON - Our Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools Community Garden


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Bioretention Gardens


Chizuk Amuno Congregation's Gemilut Hasadim Guardians of the Earth
 

Introducing “Guardians of the Earth or in Hebrew Shomrei Adamah.”

Its name describes the way that the Torah sees human beings — as guardians of the earth that has been entrusted to us. Our tradition sees care for the natural world and its inhabitants as both a religious and a moral obligation. In the past year, many of us have become even more aware of the natural world around us in all its splendor and all its challenges. This heightened awareness has led to heightened urgency to practice the mitzvah to care for the earth and to protect it. Each week in this space we’ll share information about how the synagogue community is practicing this mitzvah, suggestions for how you and your family might become more engaged in guarding the earth, and thoughts on planting trees, conserving energy and a myriad of Jewish concerns.

To express interest in supporting our environmental initiatives, please contact Anita King, aak527@gmail.com.

Sat, September 25 2021 19 Tishrei 5782