January 19, 2016
The Jewish holiday for the trees falls on the 15th of the Hebrew month of Shvat, which coincides with January 25th this year. The Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life has created a whole collection of resources for celebrating this major Jewish environmental holiday.COEJL has sermon starters,source sheets, and articles that can help you spread the word about this holiday! Many families and congregations host a special Seder for Tu’BShvat. Host a Tu’Bshvat Seder this year using the COEJL Haggaddah by Rabbi David Seidenberg.