Where Justice Dwells: A Hands-On Guide To Doing Social Justice Work In Your Jewish Community

by Jill Jacobs. Jewish Lights Publishing, 2011.


This workbooks offers four steps for synagogues who want to make social justice work a priority, outlining concrete strategies for implementing each step.


discussion questions at the end of each chapter, pros and cons of various kinds of action, additional organizational resources, ways to contextualize various strategies, strategies for implementing each step

Recommended Audience

Jewish clergy and lay leader


Purchase as a book or e-book

Practical Applications

  • Consider which strategies and steps make the most sense for your congregation by reading the pros and cons section before taking action.
  • Take the first steps towards making social justice work a priority by developing a communal vision.

About the Contributor

Katie Lindberg

The retired director of the Northwest Center for Congregations office, Katie Lindberg is a skilled counselor, group facilitator and spiritual director.

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