Martin Luther King Jr. championed not only racial justice but also economic justice. Echoing the words of the prophets that Reform Judaism also holds dear, he left a legacy of striving to make the world a better place by alleviating poverty and economic injustice.
We will engage in that work this Sunday, from 10:30-12:00, emphasizing food justice and food insecurity in our community.
Please bring a non-perishable food item to donate! Beginning this Sunday, we will collect non-perishable food items every Sunday morning that BML/CA is in session.
BML/CA families also are invited to participate in the RS Women's project to benefit Our Closet, providing toiletries and necessities to local women in need.
Although this is not an "official" religious school day, we hope that you will spend this time together with your own family and our Rodeph Shalom family, living the Jewish value of tikkun olam -- repair of the world!