Posted by jfs chaplain
Hosted by Dana Bogatz
Feb. 16, 2017
7:30 p.m. (Eastern)
9:00 p.m. (Eastern)
1821East Main Street
suggested donation $2-$4 to cover refreshments
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
Dana is bringing her experience facilitating over 50 Death Cafes in CT with her to NY! These open, participant driven conversations are a wonderful way to explore thoughts, concerns, information about death and everything related to it.
Although the event is being hosted at a synagogue - it is NOT a Jewish event, people of all or no faith are encouraged to attend. Also, this is not a 'class' - the discussion is driven by the participants, who may resource one another.
In order to keep the conversation open there are only 12 seats, and it is facilitated. Questions and RSVPs are required to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Dana Bogatz
Dana Bogatz has 20 years experience as a rabbi and chaplain. She graduated from The Jewish Theological Seminary in NYC where she received the award for Practical Theology. She completed one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at Bridgeport Hospital where she served as chaplain. Most recently she served simultaneously as pulpit Rabbi and chaplain, where she started the first Death Cafe in CT. Now she is the first woman rabbi at the 120 year old First Hebrew Congregation in Peekskill.
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Please also see: http://www.firsthebrew.org/