In 2021 the Jewish New Year for Trees is Thursday 28 January.
We have a variety of activities for the whole community to join to celebrate this wonderful festival.
Tu B'Shevat Seder
Young Adults Cook-a-Long
Tu B’Shevat Seder
Thursday 28 January, 20:00
An alternative to our regular cook-a-longs, we will be celebrating fruit, nuts, wine and the gift of our trees! An opportunity to learn, eat and celebrate together. This is open to ALL adults.
To join our Cook-a-longs, please email email@example.com for Zoom details and ingredients list.
Meet The Trees of Canons Park
Meet the Trees of the World and the People who Look After Them
Sunday 31 January, 10:30-11:45
We are going to be planting a tree in the garden of EHRS together with a 2020 time capsule prepared by the children of Orot, EHRS’s Cheder, with reminders of this extraordinary year.
From there we will then take a trip around the world and enjoy a special tree tour meeting trees and the people who look after them live in their natural habitat, telling the story of the trees planted thousands of miles apart and how they are looked after for future generations.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom details
First Shabbat Shiur
First Shabbat Shiur for Tu B’Shevat
Saturday 6 February, 9:15-10:00
Is Tu B’Shevat the only green festival in the calendar? Does the Jewish year offer us other environmental messages and help us understand our duty to care for the earth? Come and #green-up the Jewish year and deepen our understanding of both the Festivals & Judaism’s approach to the environment with Rabbi Debbie.
Zoom details will be provided in Our Week Ahead or please email email@example.com