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Musical Variety Program – March 24

Come enjoy an afternoon of some inspirational sacred music Sunday, March 24, 2:00 pm in the Sanctuary, performed by the members of the SLUMC Choir. The program will include solos, small ensembles, instrumentalists, and our wonderful choir, too! There is no ticket to buy, but a  free-will offering will be taken.

GriefShare Class – April 2019

A new session of GriefShare (11-week class) will meet on Wednesdays at 1 PM in Room 4. Once the date is finalized, you will be able to register online or contact the Church Office. There is a registration fee of $15 which covers the cost of the workbook/study guide. Each lesson is self contained, so if you are not able to attend every class, you are welcome to come as often as you can.

 Grief Support Group – February Ongoing

For current or former participants of GriefShare classes at SLUMC.
This drop-in support group is for individuals who feel a desire for an additional opportunity to manage their unique grief recovery in a confidential setting. Current or prior attendance of SLUMC GriefShare class is suggested.  Registration is not required and there is no fee. Meets second Tuesday of each month, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. in Room 4 of the Education Building. Contact Deb Ralston (480) 895-8766 ext. 138

 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.