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Planning for Peace of Mind: Preparing for the End as it Draws Near

Hosted By: American Jewish University

From hospice care to spiritual preparation for death, there is so much to think about when it comes to preparing for the end as it draws near. Learn how to ensure that all your end-of-life wishes are met, both legally and spiritually. AJU’s Rabbis Elliot Dorff and Sherre Hirsch will take you through the necessary steps to make certain that each component of a to do list are addressed and implemented.

About Planning for Peace of Mind:

Nearly 70% of all funeral arrangements are made by widowed spouses or children at the height of emotional stress and grief after their loss. In this 3-part series we are joined by Rabbis Steve Leder, Elliot Dorff, and Ed Feinstein for spiritual and practical conversations moderated by Rabbi Sherre Hirsch. We invite you to join in any one, or even in all of these talks, as we use Jewish wisdom, practice and comfort to walk you through this inevitable aspect of life.

This three-part program is generously sponsored by our friends at Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary. We invite you to visit their website to learn more HERE. https://www.hillsidememorial.org/about-hillside/

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