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 Gates of Righteousness

Social Justice Programs

Shaarei Kodesh is committed to participating in repairing the world, tikkum olam, through social action programs.  We take this obligation very seriously and try to devote our time both to helping our Jewish community as well as the community at large.  If you are interested in more information regarding our social action programs, please contact our  office.


Ongoing programs include:
Adopt a Shaarei Kodesh “Grandparent” Program
Kids will have the opportunity to connect with seniors in our congregation by paying visits, sending Shabbat-a-Grams, helping clean their homes before Pesach, sending mishloach manot, and more.

Past programs have included:

Gleaning & Community Supported Agriculture
Gleaning is a food recovery strategy that allows produce that is below market grade, but equally nutritious and beneficial to be harvested and distributed to the food insecure of Palm Beach County. Save the date for this year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 15.

The 9 Adar Project: Jewish Week of Constructive Conflict,
The 9 Adar Project seeks to cultivate a culture of constructive conflict across personal, political, religious and other divides. The 9th of the Hebrew month of Adar marks the day that two thousand years ago healthy disagreements “for the sake of Heaven” between Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai turned destructive, and it serves as a powerful reminder of what can happen when these values and skills are neglected.

Collective Giving Circle
A giving circle is a group of friends, family or co-workers who come together to give. They pool their charitable donations and decide together where to allocate their money. Congregation Shaarei Kodesh will assemble in March to decide what social justice project they would like to fund as a collective giving circle. Minimum $10 donation in order to participate. The members of the giving circle will promote the cause throughout this two-month period.

Masorti Movement
In the spirit of Israel’s 70th birthday, we dedicated the month of May to supporting religious pluralism in the state of Israel through supporting the Masorti Movement.  The purpose and mission of the Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism is to support the work of Israelis in building a Judaism that preserves observance and tradition while recognizing how modern life in Israel is lived.  We hope to build connections to our Masorti communities in Israel.  

Watch this space for our upcoming programs


Tue, June 18 2019 15 Sivan 5779