Sign In Forgot Password

Tikkun Olam

No Hate/No Fear Solidarity Rally at Synagogue Emanu-El, January 12, 2020

Tikkun  olam (Hebrew for "repair the world") is the Jewish concept of following the commandments to help others.  We as Jews are tasked with repairing the world in preparation for the world to come.  Synagogue Emanu-El's Tikkun olam program of social action and community service is active in our communities--the Jewish community, the Lowcountry, and the world beyond the local.  We are always better together and together we will be as we make Tikkun olam an ever important part of Synagogue Emanu-El.

 

Join us in Cleaning Up the Waterways


Sunday, May 23, 2021 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET
join Charleston Waterkeeper and Synagogue Emanu-El for a marsh cleanup along the Ashley River
 

Judaism has profound respect for the environment.  Meet at the Roper parking lot, 510 Albemarle Rd, Charleston, SC 29407 to help.  Open to all ages.  Cleanup materials, drinks, and snacks will be provided, but come dressed to get dirty. Just bring your own mask and a desire to honor mother earth! Charleston Waterkeeper staff scientist Cheryl Carmack will be on hand to explain the importance of keeping our waterways safe and clean.
Sign up at charlestonwaterkeeper.org/marshcleanup 
 
Arranged by the EE Tikkun Olam Committee

 

Click to donate funds


Students at Sanders-Clyde Elementary School browse books donated by Synagogue Emanu-El

Sun, May 16 2021 5 Sivan 5781