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Mourning And Grief: After The Death

This course was offered in Winter/Spring, 2018.

In this essential session we will address Kaddish basics, what the Jewish tradition says about mourning and grief and memory, and how to gather community support. We will create a safe place to share special cases such as stillbirth and neonatal death; sudden, and traumatic death. We will explore the customs of the first year and talk about “When does grief really end?”

This is one part of a five-part series Walking in the Valley of the Shadow. You may attend any or all topics in any location in any order.

For the third straight year, Lehrhaus, The Gamliel Institute, Sinai Memorial Chapel and The Bay Area Jewish Healing Center address the challenging issues surrounding death and dying.

View the complete chart of programs.

Schedule

# Sessions
1
Date & time

Thursday, May 24
7:30 - 9:00 pm

Tuition
$10
Session Time Days Location Instructors
May 24 7:30 PM–9:00 PM Thu Peninsula Sinai Congregation Rabbi Amy Eilberg

Location

Peninsula Sinai Congregation

499 Boothbay Ave.

Foster City, CA 94404

650-349-2816

Instructors

Rabbi Amy Eilberg

Amy EilbergRabbi Amy Eilberg is the first woman ordained as a Conservative rabbi by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She recently served as the director of the Pardes Rodef Shalom (Pursuer of Peace) Communities Program, helping synagogues and Jewish organizations place the pursuit of peace in interpersonal relationships at the center of their communal mission. Rabbi Eilberg also serves as a spiritual director and interfaith activist in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her book, From Enemy to Friend: Jewish Wisdom and the Pursuit of Peace, was published by Orbis Books in March 2014. She received her Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in 2016.