Sign up for a course on handling later life
Updated: Jan 21
How to handle the changes of later years with hope and dignity.
For all of us life is a journey. From the womb to the tomb, we journey through life creating relationships, forging memories and amassing possessions.
The Bible says: 'I will be your God throughout your lifetime – until your hair is white with age. I made you, and I will care for you. I will carry you along and save you' (Isaiah 46:4). For each one of us to continue to have a purpose and bear fruit is really important.
This course, from the Southampton team of Anna Chaplains who are part of the charity Caraway, is designed to help us focus on the home straight and enable us to finish well.
Join a weekly 6-session, interactive course on Zoom:
What does it mean to grow old?
How can I embrace the increasing changes in later life?
What do I have to look forward to?
What would I like on my tombstone?
What will be my legacy?
Who it’s for: 'Older people'; to explore the many opportunities of our later years, but also addressing some of the more challenging realities of ageing.
When: Tuesday mornings, 10 till 11.30 am, starting 26 January 2021
Where: On Zoom – from the comfort of your own home!
Link to be sent the week before the course commences.
Cost: Free, but donation to cover administration and guest manual appreciated.
Lloyds bank account: Sort code: 30-99-08; Account number: 23403660
Or cheques posted to: 59 Brookvale Road, Southampton SO17 1QS.
Book in by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or ring 07535 164014.
See Caraway's website