Community Invited to Chevra Kadisha’s Annual Meeting

The Chevra Kadisha (Sacred Society) performs the rituals between death and burial for our loved ones. Chevra Kadisha’s annual meeting event on Sunday, February 25th at the Boulder JCC will be an opportunity for the community to both hear about how meaningful this tradition is and to share their own experiences. Presenters will be Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, Rabbi Marc Soloway and Morah Yehudis Fishman.  The public is invited and members of the Chevra Kadisha will be present to share their experiences.  For more information please contact Ed Kass at ekass18@gmail.com or at 734-644-7305 or Evie Cohen at eviebc18@gmail.com or 303-507-7001.

Arrive at 3:45 for refreshments, and program begins at 4:00 to 5:15.

Sponsored by the Boulder Chevra Kadisha & ACE (Arts, Culture and Education) of the Boulder JCC

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