In 2011 the oldest baby boomers turned 65. Blessed with longevity, and vitality, people over the age of 65 are interested in building community, and creating lives of meaning and purpose. Central Synagogue is dedicated to being the locus of community and meaningful engagement for congregants in this chapter of life.
FYI: We recommend reading “When Breath Becomes Air” by Dr. Paul Kalanithi. We will be having a book discussion in November. There will be more information to follow.
For Central Members 65+
Join us for a delicious Chanukah lunch (potato latkes and jelly donuts) and learning session with Rabbi Marion Lev-Cohen.
Rabbi for Community Engagement
Lifecycle Event and Pastoral Care Coordinator
Dorot Social Worker at Central Synagogue
Central Synagogue provides pastoral counseling in small, confidential group settings. We currently offer a monthly Caregiver's Group and a Spousal Bereavement Group. For more information, please contact Rabbi Marion Lev-Cohen.
Please keep us informed on what is happening in your life so we can support you and celebrate with you. Visit our Pastoral Care page for more information.