Please join these important conversations as we seek to have the faith inform some of the most difficult aspects of our lives and the lives of our loved ones.
Dr. Jamie Kyne, Clinical Psychologist "Perspectives on Mood: A Theological Consideration for the Management of Anxiety"
The Reverend Paul Pradat, Chief Clinical Officer and Director of Pastoral Care Services, Cumberland Heights "Faith and Addiction"
Cynthia Ezell, Marriage and Family Therapist "Mistakes as Fertile Ground - the Four Gifts of Fallibility"
Dr. Ben Curtis, School of Religion, Belmont University
The Reverend Lyonel Gilmer, St. Thomas/Nashville Clinical Pastoral Partnership
Martin Shofner, Partner, ArchitectSure Architects "Words of Faith for Spiritual Dialogue"
April 3 and 10
The Reverend Dr. Bruce Rogers Vaughn, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Pastoral Theology and Counseling, Vanderbilt Divinity School "Capitalism Making Us Sick, Selfish, and Anti-Religious? Economics, Politics, and the Care of the Soul"
Programs will be from 6:00 to 7:30pm.
Dinner will be served at 5:15pm. Cost of the dinner is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Dinner reservations are required by 4pm on Monday of each week. Please contact Marti Lawson, 615.255.7729 for dinner reservations.
This class is a modern adaptation of an ancient church process by which adults were prepared for entry into Christian faith and life. Participation may prepare adults for Confirmation in the Episcopal Church, Reaffirmation of Baptismal Vows for those already confirmed, or Reception from another Christian faith tradition. The class is led by Dean Timothy Kimbrough.
Dinner 5:30pm, reservations required. Please call 615-255-7729 before noon on Mondays.