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 • BOO! - Spookghetti Dinner
 • Ambiguous Loss - with Dr Pauline Boss
 • Friday Night Out - November 10 - Called To Create
 • Now More Than Ever, I Need My Progressive Christian Church!

BOO! - Spookghetti Dinner

Fellowship events give us a chance to play together, enjoy one another’s company and strengthen connections across the generations. So mark your calendars for the Spookghetti Dinner! Eat a yummy meal provided by Community Life, experience some ghoulish delights, play games, get some Halloween candy and WEAR A COSTUME. This is an inter-generational event and guests are welcome!

Saturday, October 28, 5:30-7:30 PM.

Middle and High School students set-up and decorate with Kat on Friday, October 27, 6:00 PM.

Ambiguous Loss - with Dr Pauline Boss

What is ambiguous loss? What is the myth of closure? How can we acknowledge, understand and live with ambiguous loss while living with chronic or terminal conditions, or actively dying, or after the death of the loved one?

Educator, researcher and family therapist Pauline Boss leads a conversation on Thursday, November 9, 10:00-11:30 AM in the Parlor. Free and open to the public.

Friday Night Out - November 10 - Called To Create

Time for another FRIDAY NIGHT OUT!

5:30 PM Supper

6:15-7:45 PM "Called to Create" with Dawn Carlson Conn

Dawn is a Commissioned Minister of Liturgical Art in the United Church of Christ. She believes that everyone is an artist. She delights in community art-making. So come, nourish your heart, mind and spirit. Take a chance. We are all “called to create”!

Enjoy intergenerational art-making

Have fun with colors, textures, shapes

Art supplies provided

No experience necessary

Child care provided

Free and open to the public

Now More Than Ever, I Need My Progressive Christian Church!

From Steve Magistad:

The times we are living through leave many of us feeling unmoored, as historically reliable institutions and norms of behavior that connect us to each other are pulled apart. On long and hard fought issues that seemed finally settled, the clock has been turned back, as if parts of our collective history never happened. It feels as if scar tissue from very old wounds is being savagely, needlessly, ripped open.

Perhaps the most disturbing part is that much of this is intentional and carefully planned by those in power or seeking power. Others turn a blind eye because standing up for what is right may save their soul, but it won’t save their current political seat.

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