Cultivating Spiritual Courage to Confront the Climate Crisis: A Climate Grief and Resilience Workshop

Monday, Apr 8, 2024

Monday, April 8
6 pm Arrive and Schmooze | 6:30 pm – 9 pm Program
In person at The Weitzman (5th and Market)
FREE | Registration Required

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Join Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action for “Cultivating Spiritual Courage to Confront the Climate Crisis: A climate grief and resilience workshop” offered in partnership with Tribe 12

Led by Dayenu facilitators, this workshop is part of an emerging field of climate Spiritual Adaptation work anchored in Jewish wisdom and building on practices from Joanna Macy’s The Work That Reconnects. It aims to support communities to confront the climate crisis together, with strategies for avoiding burnout, processing the emotions that arise, staying connected, and moving to bold action. This interactive workshop guides participants of all ages through small group conversations rooted in what’s at stake, and practices to process climate emotions, envision a just, livable future, and share resources for moving into climate action, for generations to come.

Bring your own dinner, robust snacks will be provided.

Can’t make it on 4/8? Dayenu will be offering the same workshop in Mt Airy on Tuesday 4/9!