We believe that talking about death not only better prepares us to approach life’s most challenging moments, but also helps us articulate and affirm who we are and what we ultimately care about. Created by rabbis, theologians, wellness, and palliative care experts, Virtual Death Over Dinner provides a unique lens through which to build and strengthen our personal beliefs about life and death.
Join us for a virtual gathering (with dinner or dessert of your choosing) in a brave, healing space to talk about how we choose to live our lives, recognizing that they are finite. This structured conversation will NOT be recorded and will be in facilitated group breakouts with plenty of opportunity for reflection and conversation. We’ll also provide tools for you to host a future gathering of your own.
Hosted by the Shomer Collective in Partnership with Reboot, an arts and culture non-profit that reimagines and reinforces Jewish thought and traditions.
Additional events in this series:
- From Fear to Action: Reframing Dementia
- Wednesday November 29 at 7:30-8:45 PM
- A Time to Prepare: A Jewish Conversation About Advance Care Planning
- Tuesday, December 5 at 12:00-1:30 PM
- What Matters: Group Conversation
- Date TBD (January 2024)