Chevra Kadisha Hawaii and Kōkua Mau invite you to Nechama: the Jewish Path of Comfort at the End of Life
Monday October 16 from 12noon-1:30 pm HST
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the zoom meeting.
There is a Jewish understanding that runs deeper than religious belief, a guide for both the dying and the living. The annual ceremonial cycle includes a collective life review in recognition of personal mortality, remembrance of ancestors and comfort for mourners. Although there are many different ways to interpret and express our Jewish identity, it supports us during times of transition.
Please join us for a webinar with Holly Blue Hawkins a Natural Deathcare advocate, educator, community organizer, cemeterian, author and poet who provides education and training to both Jewish and non-Jewish audiences. Holly Blue has lived and worked in Hawaiʻi and we are honored to have her join us. More details about Holly Blue on our website.