May 1, 2022
Humor and compassion overflow in our guest Benjamin Kintisch, hospice chaplain and director of Life Review: The Hospice Musical! Working with hospice patients as a spiritual counselor inspired Benjamin to tell his patients’ stories in songs that captivate the audience. Benjamin holds a Masters in Sacred Music and Cantorial degree, and has completed his fourth year of chaplaincy training, having served in both hospice and eldercare facilities. He serves in his community as a middle school chorus teacher. According to the Life Review: The Musical website, the show celebrates “life, love and loss through three seasons at a residential hospice”. The stories evoke emotions and tears, relatable to any audience. Find out about how you can see the musical virtually at lifereviewmusical.com/. If you’re interested in partnering with Benjamin and the Life Review team to provide a virtually showing of the musical, contact them here.
Learn about Life Review: The Hospice Musical at lifereviewmusical.com/.
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Don’t miss the amazing Thresholds Conference sponsored by Hospice of Southern Maine on Tues., May 10 1:00pm - 3:30pm EST featuring Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love. All virtual over Zoom, and only $35! Get your tickets by clicking here.
Connect with Hospice of Southern Maine at https://www.hospiceofsouthernmaine.org/.
Register for your place at the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association conference coming up June 6-10 by visiting calhospice.org! Be sure to tell them you heard about it on The Heart of Hospice podcast.
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