Aging Well Event (virtual)

By | 2020-06-10T16:31:47+00:00 May 19th, 2020|Events|

Time: Friday, June 19 (9-11am)

What is God doing now? What is this time of life for?

During this “stay-at-home” season, the Ingalls Creek Center for Faith, Calling, and Community offers occasional virtual events on topics important to the people we serve.  While gathering online is not the same as an in-person gathering in the mountains, participants in these online events have reported that they found the experience to be surprisingly engaging and helpful!

Click here To Register  Engage with peers and expert facilitators to talk about issues facing adults as they age.

Topic: What is this time for, and how can we purposefully engage in life today?

Who: Adults age 65 and up

Content: This event, hosted online through Zoom, will interactively address the purposes of life stages. We will explore how the losses and gains of aging impact spiritual, emotional, physical, relational, and mental health. In small-group breakout discussions and in whole-group conversation, we will learn practical tools to engage daily life with hope.

Facilitators:

  • Doug Waltar, Executive Director at Ingalls Creek 
  • Bill Starr, Board Chair and Certified Grief Counselor
  • Doug Williams, Aging Well retreat facilitator
  • George & Margie Gilchrist, event coordinators

Cost:

We invite you to participate in this event at no charge. Following our time together, you will receive an email with evaluation questions and instructions on how you can help sponsor future events.

REGISTER BY FOLLOWING LINK BELOW

https://wmt.suran.com/tool?guid=d72c6f38-96ea-11ea-9368-24611e0a662c