May Memory Be A Blessing
And her new family name
like everyone else is:
Mayhermemorybeablessing
(Amichai/Sager)
May memory be a blessing! Such is the hope, the prayer, the invitation, and—sometimes—the challenge to everyone whose shared goal that memory be a blessing makes all of us kinof the same family name. Does memory become a blessing in solitude? Or in community? What if the “raw materials” of memory do not allow for the transformation? What are the memories that acquire new and renewed blessing?

Join us at Wildacres Retreat August 9-12 as, together, we explore turning memory into blessing. High in the Blue Ridge Mountains surrounded by spectacular views, we hope to experience a lively Shabbat weekend including small group discussions, prayer services, nature walks, mountain music, and relaxation time on the Wildacres porch! Join us for a weekend of learning and blessing. And may we turn the blessing of our gathering into memory!

Fee based on double occupancy and includes kosher meals, rooming, and program. Single supplement $75. Children under 12 are half price (no children’s program or childcare provided).
Questions? Contact us ! General Shabbaton information here .

Join us at the Sicha Shabbaton in the Mountains
August 9-12, 2018