Adult Study: Who Is My Neighbor?
Every Sunday, from 06/25/2017 to 09/03/2017, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
“Who Is My Neighbor?”
10:15 a.m. weekly in the Chapel
Christ calls us to love all of our neighbors, but daily reality paints another picture. We have lessons to learn in welcoming, loving, and seeking justice for all of our neighbors. Each week of this series will challenge participants to expand our understandings of “neighbor” and the ways we might care for one another. The series will include focus on: immigration and the sanctuary movement, Hope’s Home ministries, gerrymandering, “outcasts” welcomed by Jesus, race relations, interfaith connections, children and teens experiencing homelessness and poverty, people who identify as LGBTQ+, law enforcement, and people living with mental health concerns.
Sunday, September 3
Mental Health and Mental Illness
Ways to take care of your own mental health, recognizing warning signs of mental illness, tips for talking about mental illness, and dealing with stigma. Presented by Leah M. Rolando, MSW, Suicide Prevention Specialist and Crisis Counselor with Mental Health America of Wisconsin.