October 5, 2014
THE CONVERSATION PROJECT
The first of our three fall seminars will take place after the service on October 5th, when Rev. Catharine Harris will be speaking about how important it is for all of us –young, middle-aged and old — to have conversations with our loved ones about our wishes for our end-of-life care. These conversations can take place between spouses/partners, parents, children, grandchildren, close friends — anybody who should know about our end-of-life wishes and who might be involved in making decisions for us when we can’t speak for ourselves. Have YOU had the conversation?
During the seminar, Jean Abbott, a co-founder of Boulder’s Conversation Project, will lead us in an interactive workshop that will introduce the project and the Starter Kit. We will spend time clarifying our own end-of-life wishes and, even more importantly, learning how to have these difficult conversations with our loved ones.
SIGN UP AT OUR TABLE IN THE SKYROOM OR AT THE OFFICE.
A light lunch will be provided for those who signed up in September.
$1 donation requested for your copy of the Starter Kit.
Future seminars are: November 2: Ending Well Medically and Spiritually
December 7: After Death Decisions