In this episode of The Seekers of Meaning podcast, Rabbi Address chats with Rev. Rosemary Lloyd of The Conversation Project, which is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care. The Conversation Project began in 2010, when Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Ellen Goodman and a group of colleagues and concerned media, clergy, and medical professionals gathered to share stories of “good deaths” and “bad deaths” within their own circle of loved ones.
About the Guest
The Rev. Rosemary Lloyd is dedicated to supporting clergy and congregations in having vital conversations about our unique wishes for care through the end of life. A graduate of Georgetown University and Harvard Divinity School, Rosemary has a life-long interest in end-of-life care and ethics that are fueled by her experience as a registered nurse and hospice volunteer. She is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, a graduate of the Metta Institute for Compassionate End-of-Life Care, and an advocate for deepening the spiritual practice of embracing the reality of our mortality for the sake of having more joy in life.
Rev. Lloyd can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.