Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Talking about death is not easy. And, ironically, it can enliven our spirits when we do. What’s important to us becomes crystal clear. Tonight we will learn about common practices in our traditions related to death and mourning and begin a conversation about how we might navigate death and mourning in our complex lives and families. We will encounter both challenges and the ways in which we can deepen our spirits in the process.
Are you an interfaith couple wrestling with how you will get married, raise children and celebrate holidays? Interested in Judaism or Romemu but grew up in another tradition? Identify as Jewish but still feel “a stranger” at times in Jewish settings? If you answered “yes” any of these questions, come and join a wonderfully diverse part of the Romemu community for our monthly discussion series – a safe, non-judgmental setting to explore together. This session is part of a series that meets the first Wednesday of each month. While attendance at every session is not a requirement, we hope you will attend as many as you can.
Location given upon registration. Email Rev. Eleanor Harrison Bregman to register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bring a vegetarian/dairy snack to share. Doors open 6:30PM for food and schmooze and session begins promptly at 7:ooPM.