Presented by The Adult Spiritual Development Ministry Team
Tuesday, November 30 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Tuesday, December 7 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm
When we die, we leave a legacy that includes the accumulated financial and material aspects of how we’ve lived. There are, of course, legal wills and other formal documents to guide that conveyance. For many of us, however, that is only part of what we want to bestow upon our loved ones, our dearest friends, cherished colleagues, or communities. What about the spiritual gifts we’d like to pass along, the wisdom and life learnings we’ve accumulated, the hopes and prayers we harbor for others?
- Read a sampling of historical and contemporary ethical wills
- Contemplate our own values and our desires for those who live on after us
- Begin writing our own ethical wills
Free event – Registration is limited – Donations encouraged
Rabbi Natan Fenner, BCC is a board-certified chaplain. Since 2002, he has served as a spiritual care provider at the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center (jewishhealingcenter.org). Rabbi Fenner regularly supports individuals and families facing serious illness and bereavement. He has accompanied many individuals as they contemplate the end of their lives and journey through the dying process. He has guided both informal conversations and structured workshops for those interested in learning about and writing ethical wills.