Cost $18, including kosher lunch
Rabbi Dr. H. Rafael Goldstein, BCC, Executive Director of Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains. A Board Certified Chaplain, Dr Goldstein has over 30 years of experience working with people living with illness, their loved ones and the bereaved. His published books include Being A Blessing: 54 Ways You Can Help People Living With Illness, and he is co-author of 4 peer reviewed health care journal articles.
Rabbi Mira Beth Wasserman, PhD, Assistant Professor of Rabbinic Literature, Director, The Center for Jewish Ethics The Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Her recent book, Jews, Gentiles, and other Animals: The Talmud after the Humanities (Penn Press) is an exploration of what it means to be human according to the Talmud.
Joey Weisenberg is the Creative Director of Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, which aims to cultivate the grassroots musical-spiritual creativity of the Jewish people (www.risingsong.org). Joey works to educate and train communities around the world to unlock their musical-spiritual potential and make music a lasting, joy-filled force in synagogues and Jewish life.