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Hevra Kadisha Dinner

Sunday, February 22, 2015 • 3 Adar 5775

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
 Please join us for PSJC's annual Hevra Kadisha dinner, featuring Rabbi Yael Shmilovitz, Palliative Care Chaplain and Clinical Pastoral Educator at Bellevue Hospital.
 

 Suffering at the End of Life-Untold Stories

Most people fear death. But what are people really afraid of when they say they are afraid to die? Please join us for a discussion about finitude, healing, death, and life, and share insights Yael has gleaned as a chaplain and teacher of chaplains in a large urban hospital. Together, we will contemplate what it might mean to respect dying and death, and consider ways to alleviate the suffering of loved ones--and, perhaps, of our own selves--at the end of life. 

 
Sunday, February 22 at 5:30 PM
Park Slope Jewish Center
 
$25 General Admission   
 
Please make reservations (by Sunday, February 15)   
 
Those who cannot register for the dinner are welcome to come at 6:30 pm for the speaker program.

More about the speaker: 

Yael Shmilovitz is a Reform rabbi currently working as Palliative Care Chaplain and Clinical Pastoral Educator at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. She is co-author of Resilience of the Soul: Developing Emotional and Spiritual Resilience in Adolescents and their Families (URJ Press). She has a variety of teaching, writing and research experience with private, educational and academic institutions, including The Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple Emanu-el in NYC, where she served as Program Director for five years. A native Israeli, Yael has lived in the US for thirteen years and brings to her teaching a unique bi-cultural perspective and style.

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