September 19, 2014

Dealing with Grief in the Church Community

photo credit: eflon via photopin cc Grief is pervasive in our communities after death, divorce, loss of employment, diagnosis, incarceration of a loved one and other life milestones. Lutheran Congregational Services hosts “Reconciled with Grief: Shining a Light on Silent Suffering in the Church Community” on Saturday, Nov. 1 at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Emmaus. This workshop will help faithfully prepare the...

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September 19, 2014

Help for Families Coping With Mental Illness

photo credit: Studio Grafico EPICS via photopin cc Navigating relationships can be a challenge for any of us, for those with a loved one suffering from Bipolar, Major Depression or Borderline Personality Disorder it can feel like a wild rollercoaster ride. The Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA is offering its’ Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster 10 week workshop beginning October 1 and 2 in...

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August 25, 2014

LCS Offers Marriage Preparedness

Lutheran Congregational Services offers a 6 hour Marriage Preparedness Series for engaged couples. This skills-based series centers on communication, conflict, values, finances, intimacy and spirituality. Cost per couple is $60 ($80 for full day series which includes lunch.) Register at www.lutherancongregationalservices.org, under the “education” tab. Questions, contact Pr. Jennifer Ollikainen at jollikainen@libertylutheran.org or 610.425.2981. Programs are held:...

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January 28, 2014

Practice Discipleship Continues March 29

Practice_Discipleship_Logo_VERT_CLR The final Practice Discipleship workshop will be Saturday, March 29, 10 am to 3 pm, at St. Luke, Devon. The topics are “Working Together in Solidarity” and “Going Public.” The sessions will explore how our language and cultural assumptions engage the Gospel.

November 25, 2013

Practice Discipleship Continues Jan. 25

Practice_Discipleship_Logo_VERT_CLR The next Practice Discipleship workshop will be Saturday, Jan. 25, 10 am to 3 pm, at St. Luke, Devon. The topics are “Inculturating the Gospel” and “When Necessary Use Words.” The sessions will explore how our language and cultural assumptions engage the Gospel.

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Contact:

For more information about Synod programs and communications, or for help with communications issues in your congregation, contact:
Bob Fisher
Assistant to the Bishop for Communication and Mission Interpretation
267.323.3743
rfisher@sepa.org

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