Date(s) - 16/05/2023
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Sarah incorporates these religious and spiritual practices into her already hectic 21st-century life while struggling with the heavy emotional distress of grief. As she travels the country for work, Sarah must find a synagogue where she can pray in each city and town she visits, a challenge that brings many surprises—and upsets. Throughout her year of devotion, Sarah takes comfort in the loving memories of her childhood while at the same time grappling with some very painful ones—ultimately discovering how the path of faith and grief can lead to true healing.
A Daughter’s Kaddish addresses the universal experience of grief, will resonate with the Jewish community, and will appeal to feminists.
as a human resource management consultant and a licensed clinical social worker. She
is a five-time award winner from the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition, a program
of the National League of American Pen Women. Her stories have been published in numerous magazines and professional journals as well as The Washington Jewish Week
and The Jerusalem Post. A third-generation Hadassah member and an active member of the Women’s National Book Association, she lives in Rockville, Maryland. Learn more at: sarahbirnbach.com