To experience loss is to be human.
Please join Rabbi Caryn Aviv for Kaddish circle where you can find community and support in your experience of mourning. Many of us are holding grief around what’s happening in Israel and Gaza as well as the increased presence of antisemitism in the world. We will hold witnessing space for that grief in December’s Kaddish Circle.
Jewish spirituality offers many resources and practices to support people on the mourner’s path. This virtual program is for anyone who identifies as a mourner, whether you’ve experienced a recent loss or want to honor your memory of a loved one who died years ago or are holding grief around what is happening in the world right now. In each circle meeting, we will explore one facet of Jewish mourning practices, read some poetry that touches on loss, share memories, explore our grief around general pain and anguish in the world, and say the Mourner’s Kaddish together. This ancient prayer is recited when remembering loved ones we’ve lost and helps us to connect with our grief.
- Upcoming Dates:
- January 11, 2024, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
- December 7, 2023, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
- January 1, 2100, - MDT
- Location: Virtual
- Cost: Free (Although our programs are free of charge, they are not free of expense. If you feel inspired and want to honor the memory of a loved one, please consider an $18 donation.)
Many of us are holding grief around what’s happening in Israel and Gaza. We will continue to hold witnessing space for that grief in Kaddish Circle.
Location: We’ll gather on Zoom (link will be provided upon registration)
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