We hope you will celebrate Earth Day and Earth Week by joining the 3rd Jewish Climate Action Conference this coming Sunday (April 25th) when you will get a chance to hear a number of different exciting climate change related presentations. You can register for the conference using the link below – this will be a great way to celebrate Earth Week with your fellow Temple Solel members and Jews around the country!We are very excited that the Third Jewish Climate Action Conference is arriving. Rabbi Katy Allen and the JCAN organizing team have worked hard to put together a broad ranging program that explores decarbonizing homes and synagogues, soil and carbon, the voices of youth, advocacy, spiritual resilience, and anti-racism. We are striving for sessions that make the connections showing everything is connected. Jewish tradition teaches us that all of Creation is sacred. Find out what you can do to make a positive impact as a partner in the ongoing creation of the world.REGISTER for the 3rd Jewish Climate Action Conference, April 25 (https://www.jewishclimate.org/3rd-jewish-climate-action…)
Be a part of the first-ever virtual Miami Jewish Film Festival, occurring April 14-29, 2021 — together like never before. Experience movie magic, unforgettable memories, and discover the best in world cinema with more than 140+ film premieres, 70+ filmmaker Q&As, panels, and talk-backs, over 14 days featuring the largest film program ever put together at a Jewish film festival in all the world! And it’s all FREE! To get your FREE tickets or for more info visit: https://watch.eventive.org/mjff#miamijewishfilmfestival
Click here for more information about Rabbi Ari Plost’s arrival.
by Beverly Perkins | Our City Our Hollywood
Tikkun Olam is a Jewish concept which deﬁnes acts of kindness performed to perfect or repair the world, and to assist those who may be at a disadvantage. Although Temple Solel in Hollywood always has ongoing projects to help others, they declared a speciﬁc day eleven years ago to gather congregants of all ages to fulﬁll the action of mitzvoh (performing good deeds). Read more