Events diary

A round-up of dates when we may be in your local area, and events of general interest.

Up and coming events:

Responding to Dementia (18 March)

Alzheimer's and other kinds of dementia affect so many of us. Attitudes are changing, but fear and incomprehension are still common responses. How can we learn to respond with love and understanding so we can relate better to people living with dementia and support their caregivers? How does the gospel impact our understanding?

This session aims to give useful information and practical examples, with a combination of up-to-date professional advice and personal experience of emotional and spiritual challenges and resources.

Location

Zoom

Speaker

Emmanuel Church, Wimbledon

Date

18 March 2021

Time

8.00 pm

Cost

Free

Responding to Dementia (29 April)

Alzheimer's and other kinds of dementia affect so many of us. Attitudes are changing, but fear and incomprehension are still common responses. How can we learn to respond with love and understanding so we can relate better to people living with dementia and support their caregivers? How does the gospel impact our understanding?

This session aims to give useful information and practical examples, with a combination of up-to-date professional advice and personal experience of emotional and spiritual challenges and resources.

Location

Zoom

Speaker

St Lukes, Wimbledon Park

Date

29 April 2021

Time

8.00 pm

Cost

Free

Refresh and Resource Day - Postponed

An interactive and creative event, with a choice of workshops addressing different aspects of living with dementia and opportunities for networking.  Contact office@highfield.church

10-4pm with coffee and pastries from 9.30am. A simple lunch will also be provided.

Location

Highfield Church, Highfield Lane, Southampton, SO17 1RL

Speaker

Dr Jennifer Bute

Date

Postponed

Time

TBC

Cost

The event is Free. Suggested donation £10

 
‘Issues of Christian spirituality and faith in an ageing population is a key story - and linked to dementia for some, even more so'
Revd Jonathan Woodhouse, former Chaplain General to the Army and lecturer in chaplaincy at Moorlands College  
 
 
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