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Spirituality WorkshopsWednesday, February 4, 2015
A free series of workshops on topics of spirituality will be presented by the Reverend Dr. Carole Johannsen, Coordinator of Pastoral Care at Phelps. The programs will be from 9:00 -10:30 am in the Auditorium. For more information or to register, contact Ellen Woods at 914-366-3937 or email@example.com. Below is the program schedule:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015: The (Continuing) Challenge of Forgiveness
Most people find that issues of forgiveness are the most difficult spiritual work, especially self-forgiveness. We will talk about what forgiveness means and how to begin the process. This will continue the conversation begun last April in the first workshop on forgiveness.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015: Elders on Parade: How Society Sees Us and How We See Ourselves
Most people feel younger than their age, but our culture often treats us as if we are older than we are. Using William Thomas’s book, What Are Old People For?: How Elders Will Save the World, and other research as a basis for discussion, we will consider how ageism affects us and how we can respond.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015: This Is Your Life: The Critical Place of Life Review in Our Later Years
Narrative psychologists tell us that the telling of our stories is a compelling task for our older years. We will talk about how to tell our stories not only chronologically, but through our spiritual journey.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015: About Prayer: How, What, Where, When and Why
How to pray, especially if you’re not a “praying person.” What should be the content of prayer. Must you be in church or on your knees to pray? Is there a special time for prayer? Is prayer necessary for a relationship with God?