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Rabbi Nate DeGroot

Ordained at the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in Boston and an east coast native, Nate brings a love of community, a curiosity of form and structure, a devotion to justice-healing work, a propensity for celebration, and a passion for connecting with the sacred to all that he does.
With a B.A. in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University, Nate has extensive experience in experiential education, community building, and organizational consulting to bolster his formal rabbinic learning. He was the founder of Mikdash, a grassroots cooperative Jewish community in Portland, Oregon that empowered folks to share their gifts and creatively integrate meaningful Judaism into the fabric of their lives. Nate also holds a Masters in Jewish Education from Hebrew College, and has filled leadership roles at a range of innovative Jewish organizations over the years, including AJWS, Encounter, T’ruah, Amir, and AJSS.

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April 2018

Death over Dinner: Jewish Ethical Wills Edition

Sunday, April 22 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IKAR, 1729 S. La Cienaga Blvd. Los Angeles, 90035 United States + Google Map
Free 71 tickets left

A critical way that we pass down our values and our identity, Ethical Wills are a deeply significant part of advanced care planning that often get overlooked. IKAR has worked with a team of experts in the field to create Jewishly themed content meant to help individuals begin thinking about their Ethical Wills, as well as the resources necessary to draft these important documents. Infused with Jewish wisdom and Jewish ritual, there will be five opportunities to participate in Death…

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Death over Dinner: Jewish Ethical Wills Edition

Thursday, April 26 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
IKAR, 1729 S. La Cienaga Blvd. Los Angeles, 90035 United States + Google Map
Free 55 tickets left

A critical way that we pass down our values and our identity, Ethical Wills are a deeply significant part of advanced care planning that often get overlooked. IKAR has worked with a team of experts in the field to create Jewishly themed content meant to help individuals begin thinking about their Ethical Wills, as well as the resources necessary to draft these important documents. Infused with Jewish wisdom and Jewish ritual, there will be five opportunities to participate in Death…

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