Har HaShem Hosting Groups Supporting Healing, Wholeness, and Belonging

Congregation Har HaShem invites anyone in the community to join our mental health and chronic health conditions support groups. We care about you and your well being! Check our calendar for meeting dates and links to register.

Refuat HaNefesh Spiritual Support Group

A safe and loving place where people with mental health challenges, their families, and friends can meet confidentially and discuss how spiritual life and faith can help them to heal.

  • First and Third Tuesdays of every month at 6:30pm, facilitated by Rabbi Deborah Bronstein and Dr. Jed Shapiro.
  • Second and Fourth Wednesdays of every month at 10:30am, facilitated by Rabbi Deborah Bronstein and Reggie Gray, LCSW.

NEW! Chronic Health Conditions Support Group

We seek to foster connection between community members experiencing chronic health conditions, illness, pain, and disability by providing a safe and compassionate space where participants feel seen and heard. We strive to help members find hope and healing despite the burden of chronic illness, pain, and disability. We will provide an opportunity to share your experience and learn from others facing similar challenges. This group will provide participants with useful information, emotional support, and hopefully will reduce feelings of social isolation. Register here for our first meeting on Oct. 27 at 6:00pm on Zoom.

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