Where greenliness is next to . . .

Think of it as the Darchei Noam’s new green yarmulke – a row of solar panels and a reflective, white membrane covering the synagogue’s new roof.

But here, it’s a symbol of the congregation’s commitment to the environment, as well as God.

“It’s a Jewish value – to heal the world and take care of the planet,” says Tamara Zielony, looking out at the newly-arrived burgundy chairs lining the sanctuary.

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