Have The Conversation: by Rev. Katy Hyman, BCC, MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center and First Congregational Church of Long Beach, CA
The Conversation: by Rabbi Esther Adler, Mount Zion Temple, Saint Paul, MN
Generation to Generation: by The Rev. Dr. Nancy S. Taylor, Senior Minister, Old South Church, Boston, MA
Lech L’cha- a Conversation Sabbath Dvar Torah: by Amy Shutkin, Kehilla Community Synagogue, Piedmont, CA
Let’s Have the Conversation: by Rabbi Carl M. Perkins, Temple Aliyah, Needham, MA
Talking Through Loss: by Rabbi Philip H. Sherman, Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley, MA
Talking with Loved Ones about Last Wishes: by Rev. Catharine Harris, Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Boulder, CO
While I’m Here: by Rev. Frank Clarkson, Universalist Unitarian Church, Haverhill, MA
Conversation Sabbath: A Homily: by Fr. Leandro, St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, Columbia, MD (Spanish language version)
A guide from The Conversation Project on how to facilitate the conversation in groups.
An introduction to hosting events and tips for getting started.
Interviews show the benefits of training and engagement on advance care planning.
A series of YouTube videos produced by the Jewish Theological Society’s Center for Pastoral Education as part of What Matters: Caring Conversations About End of Life.
Created by New York State Catholic Conference.
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An editable word document inviting clergy colleagues to participate in Conversation Sabbath in your region.
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Webinar Series: Bringing Advance Care Planning Conversations to Your Congregation
Congregations are ideal settings for beginning to talk about what matters most to people when it comes to making decisions about the kind of health care they want and don’t want in the face of very serious illness. For six weeks, The Conversation Project’s advisor to faith, Rosemary Lloyd, hosted a free, web-based course on how to infuse having conversations about crucial, values-centered health care decision-making into the life and work of faith communities.
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