Rabbinic Chaplain Kate Shulamit Fagan
Rabbinic Chaplain Kate Shulamit Fagan is a dynamic teacher, vibrant storyteller, a mother, and a grandmother.
She teaches nationally and locally on pastoral counseling, decisions at the end of life, ethical wills, the art of compassionate listening, and sacred story telling. She is well known for her creative Jewish life cycle celebrations.
In 2001 she received smicha (ordination) from ALEPH Alliance for Jewish Renewal, a national organization which advances vital Judaism as an ethical and spiritual path.
Kate Shulamit is the founding and current director of the ALEPH Rabbinic Pastor program, serves on the governing body of the ALEPH Ordination Programs, as well as the faculty of the ALEPH Hashpa’ah program – Jewish Spiritual Direction.
Kate Shulamit facilitates spiritual direction sessions with Rabbinic and Cantorial students as well as groups and individuals.
What is Spiritual Direction?
“Spiritual direction is the process of accompanying people on a spiritual journey. Spiritual direction helps people tell their sacred stories every day. Spiritual direction exists in a context that emphasizes growing closer to God (or the holy or a higher power). Spiritual direction invites a deeper relationship with the spiritual aspect of being human. Spiritual direction offers a place to explore prayer practices, meditation, spiritual experiences, and our growing desire for significance.” ~ Rabbi Shawn Zevitt
Contact Shulamit for more information about how Spiritual Direction might impact your life.