Final Session of “Spirituality at the End of Life” March 3 at 4 p.m.

The final program in the series “Spirituality At the End of Life”
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s series concludes on Sunday March 3rd at 4 pm
As people age, issues in life raise questions that often are not
experienced in their youthful years. They may seek answers for
themselves, friends, or older relatives.  The series has covered palliative
care, hospice, funeral planning, and cognitive disorders. 
The focus in the final program will be Intergenerational Conversations
and Conflicts. Some people feel all the preparation for the death of a
loved one that can be done is done. Then they are surprised by the
unexpected. That surprise may cause conflict or be a joy or both.
Several speakers will share their experiences with siblings and parents
as a parent faced the end of life. Speakers will be Manette Pottle,
Deborah Oliver, John Snow, Bridget Buck, and the Rev. Lael Sorensen,
rector at St. Peter’s.

The programs in the community series are free and open to the public. 
Reservations are not necessary.  Beverages and light snacks will be
provided.  For additional information contact the parish administrator
at St. Peter’s at 594-8191 or see the Latest News announcements

Article by Mary Alice Bird

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