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What is Conversation Sabbath?

Taking place Oct. 26 – Oct. 28, Conversation Sabbath invites clergy throughout New York City to preach, teach and engage about the vital importance of having values-centered conversations with our loved ones about what is most important when it comes to care at the end of life so that our wishes and those of our loved ones are honored. We are partnering with NYC faith institutions and coalitions across the City and hope that you will join us.

To learn how Conversation Sabbath works, go to About, you may also want to check out our Resources.

As a congregant, please share this this page with your faith leadership and encourage them to participate! If you would like to volunteer, go to About to check out our training opportunities.

Clergy SIGN UP HERE to let us know how your congregation would like to participate in Conversation Sabbath.

For free training for clergy, laypersons and volunteer facilitators to learn techniques for starting The Conversation with your congregations SIGN UP HERE. Training takes place Tuesday, Oct. 16, 9am – 12:30pm; go to About to learn more.


CLICK HERE to learn how Conversation Sabbath works, why it’s important, how to participate and more about the trainings we are offering.


CLICK HERE to see a full schedule of Advanced Care Planning events and reserve your tickets. You can also call the ticket hotline at (866) 247-7828. Printable PDF schedule (coming soon)

Link to see a full schedule of Conversation Sabbath events and sign up for Reimagine updates coming soon!


CLICK HERE to explore practical and thoughtful online resources.


Auburn Seminary, Interfaith Council of New York City, Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, New York Board of Rabbis, Sadhana: Coalition of Progressive Hindus, Union Theological Seminary