Having recently read in The American Israelite about a rock arriving to Cedar Village a quarter-century ago, I realized its anniversary was imminent: Jerusalem Rock is Heart of Memorial at Cedar Village By Brian L. Meyers, staff writer There is a new pinnacle in the landscape of the Cincinnati Jewish community.
The senior living facility where I have been serving as the Director of Pastoral Care for 23 months, Cedar Village, was sold eight days ago. Having been bought by Indiana Senior Housing Health Care Properties on 1 June 2018 from Jewish Home of Cincinnati, Cedar Village was under the management
With changes occurring in the burial practices due to pandemic protocols, I was curious about how they have changed over the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. As I serve as the Director of Pastoral Care at a senior living facility, where I have encountered deaths, burials, and more,
I was sad to hear the news a week ago at my job that, as of yesterday, there would be no further rabbinic supervision of the kosher kitchen. And, indeed, yesterday turned out to be the first day in the nearly quarter-century history of where I work that there was
I am excited to share that I recently published the tenth in a series of Jewish art videos. For the tenth presentation in the Village Art Insights series, Jessica Sebastian and I collaborated to discuss highlights of “Under One Roof”, the Mayerson JCC‘s annual sukkah art exhibit. This was the
When vaccinations were taking place earlier this year at the senior living facility where I serve as the Director of Pastoral Care, it was a very encouraging time, especially as things began opening up in the spring and various restrictions were being relaxed from the Ohio Department of Health. Since
Having served as the director of pastoral care at a senior living facility for over 13 months, I am seeking ways for professional development in a variety of ways, including better understanding this type of role. As such, I recently acquired Jewish Pastoral Care: A Practical Handbook from Traditional and
I’m pleased to share the release of the newest presentation of Village Art Insights on the newest exhibit at The Skirball Museum. In addition to speaking with Jessica, my collaborator on the Village Art Insights series on the exhibit, a fully rebuilt Torah ark from 18th century Poland, we spoke