Introduction

Acts of Kindness

Jews are called “a light to the nations” (Isaiah 42:6). We have a commitment to repair the world (tikkun Olam). Through study and action, we seek to meet our responsibility to create a better world for all people.

The Social Justice Committee has undertaken several projects, including annual Mitzvah Day in the fall as well as planning, purchasing, preparing and serving meals every weekend during the month of January at a local shelter and helping to pack and deliver holiday meals to housebound people in Kansas City.

The Social Justice Committee informs the congregation of social justice issues of concern for the Reform Jewish community and facilitates congregants’ participation in social action and community volunteerism to express our personal and communal covenant with God. New members for this committee are always welcome


Your donation makes a difference! 

Please bring your canned good contributions to the white bins at Beth Torah.