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LimmudFest Nola 2023
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LimmudFest is back in person for a weekend of celebrating, learning, and doing Jewish.

LimmudFest New Orleans is a weekend festival of Jewish learning, arts, culture and spirituality featuring 70+ sessions from local, regional and national presenters. It is part of a global movement inspired by the idea that when Jews from diverse backgrounds come together to celebrate and learn about everything and anything Jewish, the entire community is enriched.

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Sunday, March 19 • TBA
Navigating the Wilderness of Grief

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Grief is not an illness. It is a spiritual journey through a wilderness, in which we learn, usually against our will, both what it means to be human and the nature of mature faith. Holy Hebrew words will reframe the psychotherapeutic description of grief’s stages as a spiritual path, as we traverse the landscape of loss, searching, not only for what has been lost, but also for an understanding of YHVH that can nurture the poles of human experience. Using text study, meditation and expressive techniques, we will reframe our understanding of grief, as we explore the Sukkot in which mourners are commanded to dwell temporarily, as they do the holy work prescribed by Psalms: to turn mourning into dancing.

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Anne Brener

Rabbi Anne Brener, a native New Orleanian, is a psychotherapist, spiritual director, and author of Mourning & Mitzvah: Walking the Mourner’s Path (Jewish Lights, 1993 & 2001). Ordained as a Reform rabbi, she is  professor of Ritual and Human Development at the Academy for Jewish... Read More →


Sunday March 19, 2023 TBA
Jewish Community Center
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