Chesed in Practice
Chesed – acts of demonstrable kindness – are expected of Jews. And Judaism provides a list of activities that form the core of how to perform chesed. These include: hospitality, visiting the sick, comforting the bereaved, raising the spirits of the depressed, and helping people through crises in their lives. In this chesed workshop, Rabbi Schiff will explore what chesed means in practice and how we might actualize it in our lives.
Chesed in Practice Cost: $85 for 7 sessions (all sessions online via Zoom)
The full inclusion of people of all abilities is a core value of the Pittsburgh Jewish Community. The cost of taking a course is never a barrier to participation. If price is an issue, please contact Cheryl Johnson at email@example.com, so that we can make the cost of the course comfortable for you.REGISTER »