Mitzvah Day is a day when we hope every one of our families will be engaged in doing a mitzvah. Judaism believes that we are commanded to do Tikkun Olam, the repair of the world, and Mitzvah Day is one way to get started. It is surely a time to live the commandment, “Love your neighbor.”

Every mitzvah is an act of redemption. We hope Mitzvah Day will inspire us to go beyond the day’s events and make every day a Mitzvah Day. Let April 2nd be a new beginning for you. At the end of the day, everyone will gather back at the Temple for a brief celebration and for us to share our experiences.

One day will not perfect the world, but one day the world will be perfect. Each good deed brings us one step closer. Multiply that single deed by hundreds, and the value of Mitzvah Day becomes clear. We can – all of us together – make the world a better place. So please save the date of April 2 and watch for more information and sign-up forms (online and paper copies will be available soon!) for our 1st Mitzvah Day!

Mitzvah Day is sponsored by the Social Justice Committee 

To learn more about the volunteer opportunities or to sign up, please click HERE.