Jewish End-of-Life Practices
Death and taxes, while inevitable, are traditionally taboo subjects in our culture. End-of-life issues are never easy to talk about, let alone experience. Yet advocates in this field hear over and over how preparing beforehand can be a meaningful experience, for the person who dies, for the family and friends who are left behind and for the community.
Led by Judith Wouk, this two-part series will focus on customs and rituals in the Jewish community. Come with your stories and questions.