Posted by RevEleesabeth
Hosted by Eleesabeth Hager
March 27, 2019
7:00 p.m. (pacific)
9:00 p.m. (pacific)
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2222 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA
About this Death Cafe
This will be our second death cafe. The first one booked up quickly and we had to close it to more RSVPs. In the last one, we had two circles with more co-hosts who were volunteered to support us. It was a successful and beautiful evening.
We are being generously hosted by San Francisco Unity but it has no overtones of religiosity. We begin with a poem and a moment of silence...and the usual rules of deeper gatherings for sharing the time so all voices may be heard and, of course, confidentiality.
This is a safe space to talk. Remember to RSVP.
About Eleesabeth Hager
As a "death professional", Eleesabeth Hager is still surprised by it… and knows, for sure, that talking about the inevitable is a very good thing.
She came to be an Interfaith hospice chaplain because of the love and the difficult gifts she found at bedside when walking with her own mother on an eleven year decline into dementia.
Her previous education as a resilient techie entrepreneur and a creative Landscape Architect frames her understandings about listening to ‘what is’ and about what useful support is at bedside. She sees the nature of love and fear—as a dynamic process within the seasons of renewal...which is also a good thing to talk about.
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Please also see: https://www.makingspacesacred.com/events.html