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Date: Part 1 – 11 sessions: Wednesdays starting Sept 30 – Dec 2 (excluding Oct 14)
Options: In person: 10:30am – 11:30am @ Cedar Hill X Site
Zoom session : 12pm – 1pm (zoom link sent before the first session)
Leadership: Mark Green
Using James Hollis’ book “Living an Examined Life” we will work our way through the 21 chapters of the book, one each week. Part one will happen this fall and part two in the new year. Each chapter is short enough to make it easy to read in advance of the session but at the same time packed with insight and challenge that will create lots of discussion. We will break into small groups at times, see video clips of the author emphasizing certain points and engage the materials in such a ways as to enable each of us to be transformed in some way by the experience.
James writes about the wisdom we both have and need for the second half of our life journey and lays out a 21 areas to for inquiry and growth to address some of the unfinished business of your life. Topics include things like:
- How to exorcise the ghost of your past
- When to choose meaning over happiness
- How to construct a mature spirituality
- How to live into who you really are
- Bestowing love on the unlovable parts of yourself
Date: Tuesdays @ 10am via Zoom
Tuesday morning Bible Study Zoom will be starting a series of 24 half hour video lectures on the New Testament starting Tuesday, March 2. The video lectures are from the church library and are given by a professor who has won numerous teaching awards. The lectures will be followed by a short Zoom discussion/social time lasting less than a 1/2 hour. Anyone interested should email Blake Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive further information and a Zoom invitation to the next lecture.
Date: 4th Friday of the Month
Time: 7 pm
Leadership: Mark Green
Make some popcorn, grab your favorite beverages and snacks and settle down to watch a movie. Each month a new movie is chosen and folks and given information on where to watch it. Then on the last Friday of the month at 8pm, Mark holds a Zoom discussion to unpack the story, ideas, revelations, themes discovered and more.
Those who have registered will get instructions on how to watch the movie and how to connect with the zoom discussion afterwards.
To be human is to know that inevitably we will all face situations of loss and grief, sorrow and change, heartbreak and despair.
Learning to navigate the complexity of emotions as a result of the grieving process is a path that can be lonely, difficult and often overwhelming. Joining with others who are on a similar path can provide tremendous relief and the sense that we are not alone.
Approx. three times a year, Broad View offers an opportunity where folks can come together in a space of safety and trust to engage our grief, share our stories and participate in the healing process.
Once 8-12 people express interest, dates/times will be chosen with participants. If desired, folks can repeat the program as well. Please contact Margaret Harper if you are interested in attending or have questions. email@example.com or 250-477-2715