A Workshop for Family Caregivers
Are you feeling the negative effects of too many demands on your time and emotions?
In this one afternoon workshop, based upon the longer Powerful Tools for Caregivers class series,
we will focus on tools that will help you manage the daily stresses and challenges you face as caregivers.
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 3:00-4:30 p.m.
United Church of Craftsbury
(Church on the Common)
Call Pam at (802) 751-0427 or email info@NEKCouncil.org & put Managing Stress in subject line.
This Sunday Jesus responds to criticism that he's hanging out with the wrong crowd by teaching two parables - one about a lost sheep and one about a lost coin. Jesus teaches that God searches diligently until that sheep and that coin are found.
Have you ever had an experience of being lost?
The Second Mountain:
The Quest for a Moral Life
by David Brooks
Sundays, July 21 – August 18
Light dinner and lively discussion
at the Manse 1097 Ketchum Hill Road
How do we live lives full of meaning and joy?
From the jacket cover: In The Second Mountain, David Brooks explores the four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose; to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. He claims our personal fulfillment depends on how well we choose and execute these commitments.
Join with others in our church and larger community
for a stimulating discussion of what composes a meaningful life.
July 21: The Two Mountains – Defining “A Meaningful Life” (5pm - 6pm discussion only)*
July 28: Vocation
August 4: Marriage
August 11: Philosophy and Faith
August 18: Community
Books available at the church $22
The schedule will be adjusted to allow folks to attend the 6pm concerts on the Common.
Come together with your friends and neighbors for Theology on Tap: a stimulating discussion - offering perspectives on Climate Justice. This discussion will 'prime the pump' for the 7pm conversation with Bill McKibben later that same evening. (Linda Ramsdell and Bill McKibben will have a conversation focusing on his latest book, "Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?" - 7pm, at Hardwick Town House) Make it a full evening of good conversation. Join us at 5pm at the Highland Lodge, for Theology on Tap!