Looking to learn how Jewish wisdom can help you during challenging times in your life? Look no more!
For 3000 years, people have found comfort, solace, and sustenance in the stories of the Torah. It is a ‘tree of life’, a vast treasure trove of spiritual resources, both individual and communal. Using Jewish wisdom and tradition, these groups will discuss the Torah’s profound insights and help those seeking wholeness, calm, and connection, as well as help those looking for personal growth or healing.
Current Group: MIDRASH: RETELLING YOUR STORY, REFRAMING YOUR LIFE!
In this four week group, we will study the great characters from the Torah in order to understand
the skills the Rabbis used to reframe and interpret their stories.
Through learning this ancient and deeply Jewish skill, we can make our own lives and all that has happened to us and our families, more meaningful, clearer and more joyous.
Four Fridays, 12:00 noon – 1:00 PM, November 13th , 20th and December 4th and 11th
Facilitators: Rabbi MJ Newman, Jewish Chaplain at Greenwich Hospital
Lisa-Loraine Smith, LCSW, Executive Director of JFS
Fee: Participation is free but donations are gratefully accepted.
Location: Greenwich Hospital Chapel
How do I sign up?
To join this group or to get more information, please call 203-622-1881 or simply complete the online form below:
A JFS social worker will contact you soon to answer any questions you might have and to determine if this group will be a good fit for your needs.
Here’s what some participants have to say about JFS Support Groups:
“The JFS Bereavement Group helped me get through an extremely difficult time. The sessions were supportive, and I left them with a sense of healing and peace.” –Ms. S., age 45
“I found the JFS Separation & Divorce Group to be of great value. The common bond of facing a new life after major disappointment brought everyone in the group together.” –Ms. M., age 56
“The group facilitator, along with the support from the participants, provided me with the tools to deal with what I was going through. Not only have I changed for the better, but I have developed new friendships that will last for years to come.” –Mr. K, age 48
“I want to thank you for leading us through the desert to the mountain. Life is a journey…happiness and contentment are on that road.” –Mrs. B., age 66