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Jewish Sacred Aging Radio

Jewish Sacred Aging Radio

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Jewish Sacred Aging features discussions on the implications of the revolution in longevity for Baby Boomers and their families.

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SHMA magazine editor in chief Susan Berrin will be the featured guest on Tuesday Feb. 13 show. SHMA is a leading location of creative Jewish thought and Susan will be taking about the journal's history, development and current... more

Program Note: Because of Rabbi Address' need to officiate at the funeral of a close friend, we're rebroadcasting our show from Jan. 23. We'll be back with a live show next Tuesday at 11 a.m. ----------------------- Gary E. Barg has dedicated the... more

In this pre-recorded episode, Rabbi Address talks with several guests exploring different approaches to longevity within the Reform movement of liberal Judaism. Guests were: Julie Lambert, URJ head of Boomer Community of Practice and... more

About the Guest Gary E. Barg has dedicated the last 22 years of his life to being the caregiver of caregivers. In 1995, Gary moved from Atlanta, GA back home to Miami, FL to help his mother care for his grandparents. He was overwhelmed by... more

About the Guests Anthony Fratello was born in 1972 in Long Beach, California. In his childhood, Anthony was a member of Temple Beth David, a Reform congregation in Westminster, CA, and was active in BBYO (The B'nai Brith... more

In this pre-recorded episode, Rabbi Address talks with several guests exploring different approaches to longevity within the Reform movement of liberal Judaism.

In this rebroadcast of our October 2017 show, join Rabbi Richard Address for the inaugural episode of Jewish Sacred Aging Radio, featuring two conversations. First, a conversation with Jeff Garson about the Decency Group, a community of... more

Rabbi Robyn Frisch has been the Director of InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia since June 2013. She is also the spiritual leader of Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai, the oldest synagogue in Northeast Philadelphia. Robyn is a graduate of The... more

The guests today, Edmond Weiss, a retired communications professor, and Carl Viniar, a mediator and former attorney, are both undertaking alternative studies that lead to rabbinic ordination. Viniar is studying to become a rabbinic... more

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