Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman is the Associate at Temple Sinai of Brookline. She works to engage members meaningfully with each other, the temple, and Judaism. In addition to her work leading worship, teaching, and building relationships, she is the primary clergy member for Tzedek@Sinai, the community's social justice arm, and she directs the temple's Sinai U teen programming. She feels blessed to bring her love of Judaism and the Boston area to serve this wonderful community.
Rabbi Shoshana is a leader in the interfaith climate justice movement in New England. She and her husband Yotam Schachter co-wrote The Tide Is Rising, an anthem for the climate movement that has been sung in congregations, climate rallies, and gatherings in the US, Brazil, and France. Most recently she started ClergyClimateAction.org, a project of the Climate Disobedience Center, to organize religious leaders to take direct action for climate justice. (Please continue reading here)