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  Interfaith seder for Tu Bishvat

This interfaith Tu Bishvat seder was first used at an interfaith seder at West London Synagogue in conjunction with the London Orchard Project. It involves chevruta and discussion texts as well as a service and the usual obligatory eating and drinking.


  Jeneration resource for Tu Bishvat

Tu Bishvat resources from Jeneration, Reform Judaism’s initiative for students and young adults.


  Tu Bishvat Conversations

A study collection of Jewish texts on Trees and the environment, in conversation with texts from other traditions, suitable for early teens and adults.


  A Tu Bishvat seder for cheder events

This Tu Bishvat seder was originally put together by Rabbis Judith Levitt and Debbie Young-Somers as Student Rabbis, and have been run as cheder wide sedarim.


  Journeys to Tu Bishvat

Rabbi Neil Amswych, formerly of Bournmouth Reform Synagogue offers us a calendar of readings and mitzvot to prepare for Tu Bishvat.


  New Israel Fund Tu Bishvat seder

For most of us Tu Bishvat is a time to reflect on our relationship and treatment of the environment- locally, but also in Israel. Although biblical festivals have some agriculture aspects to them, Tu Bishvat gives us a very special opportunity to engage with environmental issues in Israel. For years the focus was on tree planting and water scarcity. But is there more to it than trees and water? In this Tu Bishvat seder, New Israel Fund would like to explore the concept of environmental justice in Israel through some different aspects of Israeli society and stories reflecting a few of todayís environmental challenges in Israel.


 Sinai Tu Bishvat seder hagaddah

This seder was created by Sarah Glatherine from Sinai Synagogue.
Sarah recommends reading the introduction to the leaders guide first. This seder was designed to be an interactive intergenerational experience. It lasts for about two hours, and works better than people think it will at this length (there is a balance of rhythm and varied activities).


  Tu Bishvat seder leader’s guide

This seder was created by Sarah Glatherine from Sinai Synagogue.
Sarah recommends reading the introduction to the leaders guide first. This seder was designed to be an interactive intergenerational experience. It lasts for about two hours, and works better than people think it will at this length (there is a balance of rhythm and varied activities).

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