Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 6pm
Exploring Jewish perspectives on death, burial, bereavement, and the process of healing. This public lecture series will offer thoughtful and provocative Jewish wisdom and helpful guidelines in responding to the human encounter with death.
April Topic - Wisdom of Jewish Bereavement Practices: A Guide for Inter-Faith families.
Discussion of the traditional and psychological wisdom of Jewish rituals of bereavement, with focus on specific concerns for inter-faith families.
Moderated by Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael - Darkaynu Jewish Community:
She is a spiritual leader of Darkaynu Jewish Community. A reconstructionist Rabbi, she counsels couples, officiates lifecycle rituals, and performs concerts and music Shabbat services. See www.shechinah.com.
All programs to take place at West Laurel Hill’s Atrium and are free of charge but please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.