Current Opportunities:

  • Millburn: A Community Conversation around Race, Anti-Semitism, Belonging and Unity
  • RAC Power for Purpose Event
  • Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges
  • Abortion Rights
Looking to Make a Difference?

Our congregation has many current programs that provide ways to get involved and make a difference. Current opportunities are below, and don’t forget to bookmark this page so you can check back for any additional programs that come up.

One Millburn: A Community Conversation around Race, Anti-Semitism, Belonging and Unity

In light of a rise in racist and antisemitic acts and hate language in our society and schools, the Millburn Township Public School district, led by Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Christine Burton, is hosting a special event to promote a community conversation around these topics.

One Millburn: A Community Conversation around Race, Anti-Semitism, Belonging and Unity
Wednesday, June 14, 2023
6:30 to 8:30 pm
Millburn Middle School, 25 Old Short Hills Road

Panelists include:
• Scott Richman, Director of ADL’s New York and New Jersey Regional Office
• Sundeep Iyer, Director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights
• Dr. Waffiyah Saleem, DSW, Founder She Matters LLC
Moderated by Former Board of Education President Jeff Waters

All in the Millburn Township community are invited to attend.

RAC Power for Purpose Event, hosted by TSTI

You can be part of a powerful movement for change to prevent the devastation of climate change that disproportionately impacts communities of color.

The White House made significant cuts to climate pollution in 2022 but can and must do more to achieve their goal of cutting pollution in half by 2030. Through this campaign, we can move the Biden administration to limit harmful chemicals like soot, smog, carbon and mercury. This page will continue to update throughout the Power for Purpose Campaign with the most timely actions you can take.

From now through July 24, the White House is accepting comments on rules to limit carbon pollution from power plants that are a top driver of climate change. The proposed cuts are an important step forward and with our voices we can encourage the White House to adopt the strongest possible carbon rules.

TSTI/Religious Action Center of NJ
Climate Justice Campaign Meeting

June 27, 2023 at 7:30pm on ZOOM

Register here

Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges

IFPO is an all-volunteer, supplemental food pantry helping to meet essential human needs of food-insecure residents of Orange, East Orange, and West Orange, NJ, with dignity and respect. We currently serve close to 600 clients each pantry Wednesday.

Make time to join us in helping our food-insecure neighbors. We welcome volunteers aged 14 and older for a meaningful morning of service. Please check out our SignUpGenius for volunteer opportunities.

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Speak to normalize abortion. Tell your story.

Engage by protesting and marching.

Connect with our state, national and local representatives to demand they expand abortion access and equity.