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February 9 @ 5:30 pm
Spring 2020 ADULT STUDIES PROGRAMS
(All sessions will take place Sunday Evenings at 5:30 p.m.
in the Adult Education Building, unless otherwise specified.)
January 19 -26, 2020
Continuing our exploration of the “who, what, when, where, and why” of
Biblical Authorship, Roger Greene will lead us in discussing the Gospels and Acts.
January 19 – Matthew, Mark and Luke
January 26—John and Acts
February 9, 2020 (Great Hall)
What Caregivers Need to Know…and Need
A panel discussion on issues that Caregivers face before, during and after dealing with loved ones. Discussion points may include:
When to introduce other caregivers and why; dealing with financial affairs, driving, healthcare decisions, etc. Coordinating effectively with other family members involved in caregiving and decision making.
Dudley Wooley, Jan McDonnieal-Wilson, Rev. Sherry Johnson
February 16, 2020 (Great Hall)
Navigating Elder Healthcare Needs and Options
A panel discussion to help you understand the issues in navigating the healthcare
market for elder care. You will gain perspective from the acute care, rehabilitation
and long term care management markets.
Ronda Scott, Licensed Master Social Worker – St. Dominic Hospital
Ashley Parker, Geriatric Social Worker and Consultant
Doug Boone, Vice President Business Development – Methodist Rehabilitation Center
March 1 – March 29
A Book Study
On the heels of our Winter Weekend study of Dialogue Across Difference, the study of Why Can’t We Talk: Christian Wisdom on Dialogue as a Habit of the Heart will help us to continue our conversations around staying present to each other’s concerns.
April 26, 2020
We will gather in the Great Hall to enjoy the movie “Inside Out” and fellowship with one another to end this year of Adult Studies!