East Bay, Feb 3-10: Sacred Trees, Starhawk, Rabbis Waskow & Berman

 Earthy Events in the East Bay, February 3-10

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 Monday Feb 3, 7pm @ Urban Adamah

Nature Tales of Joy and Wonder: Hebraic & Pre-Hebraic Stories of Earth, Sky & Ocean 
Rabbis Phyllis Berman & Arthur Waskow, and Starhawk

1151 6th St, Berkeley
Enjoy ancient and modern tales of earth, sky, and ocean with these master storytellers.
Tickets & Info – 

https://urban-adamah.secure.force.com/WebEvent?eid=nature-tales-of-joy-and-wonder-202023

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Israel / Palestine: Creating an Ethical Jewish Response
Rabbi Dev Noily facilitating,  Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Starhawk
Tuesday, Feb 4, 7pm @ Kehilla Community Synagogue
1300 Grand Ave, Piedmont
As Jews and allies, what does it mean to love Israel and hold it accountable for its actions? Join this community conversation, facilitated by Rabbi Dev Noily.
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Earth and Spirit: A Multi-Faith Response to Climate Crisis
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Rev. Dr. Ambrose Carroll (Green the Church), & Starhawk


Wednesday, Feb 5, 6:30pm-9:30pm @ St. John's Presbyterian Church
2727 College Ave, Berkeley
Join three powerful change-makers working at the intersection of climate activism and spirituality for an inspiring evening of song, ceremony, preaching, prayer, and community.
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JeWitch Camp: Jews, Pagans & Those Who Love Them
Heaven Walker, Rabbis Phyllis Berman & Arthur Waskow and Starhawk

Friday-Sunday, Feb 7-9 @ Humanist Hall, Oakland


A rare opportunity to spend three days with these prophetic teacher-activists in JeWitchy community. A non-residential retreat/Shabbaton celebrating the Jewish New Year for Trees, including rituals, workshops, storytelling, song and delicious mealtime conversations. Includes a field trip to Wilderness Torah's Tu B'Shvat in the Forest, where we and our teachers will share camp's magic with the wider Jewish community.
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See www.jewitchcamp.org for full teacher bios and additional info

Uprooting Antisemitism, Planting Resilience: A Tu B'Shvat Workshop
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Rabbi Phyllis Berman and Friends
Monday, Feb 10, 2pm in Oakland - Address available upon registration
Commemorate the Jewish New Year for trees at the site of an Oakland tree that has been defaced with a swastika. We'll cultivate community, create amulets for protection, as well as develop and use ritual for transformation. When we're done, the swastika will be obscured by a community created symbol of our strength, love, and resilience.
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