Who hasn’t wondered what happens when we die? We know what happens to the body. But what happens to the soul at birth and again at death?
- Is there really a “better” place after this one?
- Do our loved ones continue to connect with us?
- Can I relate to an afterlife if I’m not spiritual?
At once practical and powerful, reflective and relatable, Journey of the Soul teaches a Jewish perspective on life that begins before birth and lasts well after a person’s passing.
It’s a journey we all take, and it’s yours to explore in this 6-session course.
This course is generously sponsored by Natalie, Steven, Aaron, and David Baum, the children of Denise Baum in remembrance of their Mother’s life and commitment to learning about the human experience through Judaism.
Journey of the Soul | Course Trailer
This course is accredited for up to 9 CEUs for medical and mental-health professionals in the state of Michigan.
Six Wednesday afternoons
Beginning Feb. 3
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Six Wednesday evenings
Beginning Feb. 3
7:30 - 9:00 pm
Six Thursday mornings
Beginning Feb. 4
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Live on Zoom
Rabbi Levi Dubov
Director, Chabad of Bloomfield Hills
$80 (textbook included)
Couple's discount: 15% off | Bring a friend: 50% off (contact us for the promo code)
Scholarships available. Contact us for more info.
Join the first class commitment free.
CEUs additional processing fee: $50
Why are humans so anxious about death and dying? For many, the abrupt finality of death makes life itself seem futile. By exploring how our life force—our immortal soul—never ends but merely shifts roles, we begin to view life and death as two harmonious steps on the same journey.