Congregation Beth Shalom is a member of Sacramento Area Congregations Together (Sacramento ACT). Sacramento ACT draws people into meaningful community leadership. Working with religious congregations, schools, and neighborhood institutions in the Sacramento area, ACT brings people together to strengthen the quality of life for families and to improve communities. We are comprised of over 40 member institutions and over 40,000 families.
CBS has worked with Sacramento ACT to conduct a listening session with our congregants and survey what community-wide issues are important to them. One outcome from the survey was “how can CBS help impact the region’s foster care system?”
In response, the CBS Social Action committee is working towards helping foster youth in our community. With Sacramento ACT, we are seeking ways to impact policy that will result in improving the lives of foster children and all children in our community.
For more information about Sacramento ACT, click here.
Want to get involved and help us make a difference? To work with members of Congregation Beth Shalom on ACT projects, email David Ginsburg at email@example.com.
There are three upcoming seminars hosted by Assemblyman Roger Dickinson that will focus on financial fraud awareness. In addition the Red Cross and PG&E will provide Emergency Preparedness information for older adults at these events. Seniors are encouraged to...
It’s time to say welcome back from summer diversions and pursuits. Our work in the Social Action Committee continues! Over the last couple of months we planned our strategy for action concerning Senior Health Care.
In the process of furthering research into actions to address Congregation Beth Shalom’s interests expressed over the last year’s ongoing Listening Campaign, your committee member Michael Davis traveled with a delegation from Sacramento Area Congregations Together and others from across the nation (PICO) to Washington, D.C.
Sacramento County Adult and Senior Division staff, Heidi Richardson and Debra Nussbaum, attended the CBS April 27 Shabbat service and provided a great deal of helpful information for Older Adults in our community.