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Mourning, Death and Dying Program at Beth Evergreen

bethevergreenCongregation Beth Evergreen will offer a free workshop on Mourning, Death and Dying at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 15 at the synagogue, 2981 Bergen Peak Drive, Evergreen. Presenter is Jamie Sarche with Feldman Mortuary. Prior to the workshop, at 7 p.m., there will be a short Tisha B’Av service.

Death is a taboo subject in our culture. Have you ever wondered what happens to a body after death? What is the process for a funeral? There can be so many questions and fears. Join us for an evening of reflection with an interactive and honest discussion. No thoughts or questions are out of bounds!

Presenter Jamie Sarche brings passion and compassion to a subject many of us find frightening. She helps people explore their fears and misconceptions so they can make educated decisions that are best for them and that help their loved ones have a meaningful bereavement while maintaining family relationships.

 

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