High Holidays of Hope at the JCC

JCC Katz Theater, 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

September 19, 2018

2-3 pm

Free and open to everyone—no matter your membership or faith

Katz Performing Arts Center, 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

Casual Dress • RSVPs requested
For Yom Kippur: tinyurl.com/jccpghyk
For more information: Rabbi Ron Symons [email protected] • 412-697-3235

On Yom Kippur Find Comfort and Inspiration

Wednesday, September 19, 2-3 PM

We will recite Yizkor and Kaddish memorial prayers for our own losses and our community losses

Be inspired by these community upstanders:

 Mourning is the Other Side of Love
David Silvasy
Doctoral Practicum Intern
Jewish Family and Community Services

 

 

 My Life’s Work After My Two Sons Were Murdered by Gun Violence
Geraldine Massey MS PRC
Family Counselor/Outreach Specialist
Center of Life, Hazelwood

 

 

 Rebuilding After the Trauma of the Franklin Avenue Massacre
Pastor Janet Hellner-Burris
Christian Church of Wilkinsburg
President, Wilkinsburg Sanctuary Project

 

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