Because social justice work is of great importance to our BAS community, we have a large and diverse committee of congregants that discusses, organizes and leads our community in participating in activities to help repair the world.  We pursue activities in three important ways — education, advocacy and hands-on service.  Such a multi-faceted approach ensures that we engage minds, hearts and hands in our efforts and that we provide a range of options for our congregants to participate in this important work.  We focus our efforts broadly on immigration, racial justice, the environment and hunger/homelessness.   

Click here for BAS social action opportunities and Westchester social action opportunities.

Contact Joy Brownstein if you would like to get involved.