In addition to people facing infertility themselves, parents, friends and other can benefit from learning about resources in the Jewish community. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and get brochures, postcards, bulletin signs mailed to you or similar information for newsletters, websites and social media.
In addition …
Mi Sh’berakh for Fertility Journeys
Passover and Infertility – Charoset Meditation
Sharing the Story – Seders and Symbols
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Supporting people experiencing infertility and loss:
Blessing for welcoming a newborn
Infertility – When the Rabbi is pregnant
Prayer for dying baby or infant
Mi Sh’berakh for fertility journeys
Blessing to conclude counseling
To send while they are waiting
Have you written a ritual or a prayer, lead a program or given a dvar Torah on this topic? Please consider sharing with us so others can have access to easy to use resources to bring sensitivity and support to their community. Send all items and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help a member of your community:
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Strengthen your sensitivity and pastoral care tools.
Clergy play a critical role representing Jewish tradition and providing spiritual care to community members who find themselves facing these issues. This seminar demystifies the experience of infertility, explores the emotional and spiritual issues surrounding it, and provides tools for rabbis to support those experiencing infertility and other family building challenges.
“I am so grateful for the Hasidah Rabbinic Training! I’ve known many people who have struggled with infertility, and this training was an important opportunity to frame the issues of infertility in a Jewish context, raise awareness about infertility in the Jewish community, and learn best ways to support individuals through their difficult journeys.” Rabbi Nicki Greninger
“Sensitivity, awareness, knowledge, support, care, compassion, education, connection, community, and spirituality were hallmarks of this interactive educational program.” Rabbi Jeffrey Kaye
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415.323.3226 if you would like to bring a Spiritual Care Clergy workshop to your community.