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TNT Summer Series – June-August, 2019
Plans are in place for an exciting TNT summer! Tuesday Nights Together (TNT) begins June 4, 6:30 pm, in the Sanctuary with Cris and Bart Evans sharing their talents playing Broadway tunes, easily recognizable popular songs, and wonderful hymns. Don’t miss this opening night!
You don’t need to register to attend any of the TNT events, just come over and enjoy some beautiful music and informative presentations on DNA, railroads, Veterans projects and experiences, and a two-night series celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon walk with NASA, just to mention a few.
GriefShare Class – May -July, 2019
If you are trying to “get a handle” on your grief and find you need help, consider joining GriefShare, an 11-week grief support group. Lead by people who themselves have experienced a loss, participants find understanding, encouragement and support.
The GriefShare class officially began Wednesday, May 1, at 1:00 pm, in Room 4. But you can still take part. The cost is ($15) which covers the cost of the workbook. For more information or to register, contact the church office or register here.
Healthy Minds Presentation – May 24
Learn skills to help improve mental performance and emotional well-being. Plan to attend: “Healthy Minds” by Richard Crislip, LCSW with OptumCare Arizona, on Friday, May 24, from 10am to 11:15am in Room 4.
To register for this event, please call the church office at 480-895-8766 or signup in person at the office. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Take advantage of this free, informative presentation.
Memory Cafe – Ongoing Program
Memory Cafe meets at 9:30 am in Rooms 3 and 4. This is an ongoing program that meets the first and third Mondays of each month. The program is specifically for individuals with Parkinson’s disease and/or memory issues. It is sponsored by Sun Lakes Creative Engagement Partners, and includes members from Neighbors Who Care, Hospice of the Valley, Visiting Angels, and The Perfect Place. The program is supported by various organizations like Banner Alzheimer’s Institute.
The Memory Cafe is a place where families can meet to receive education and social support, which are critical to successful care-giving and open avenues of communication for the individuals and their families with a vision to eliminate feelings of isolation and hopelessness. If you would like more information regarding this new program, please contact Wayne Mangold at (480) 580-8317.