Learn from Mark “Chaps” Schimmelpfennig about Moral Injury—what is it, how might it occur, how does it interact with PTSD, and what is a program for healing. Mark "Chaps" Schimmelpfennig, Staff Chaplain and Faculty Member at Rush University Medical Center Mark "Chaps" Schimmelpfennig is the Staff Chaplain at the Rush University Medical Center Road Home Program, Center [...]
Arameans & Americans A wandering Aramean was my ancestor; he went down into Egypt and lived there as an alien, few in number, and there he became a great nation, mighty and populous. Deuteronomy 26:5Moses gave this core credo to the Israelites in the wilderness, just before entering The Promised Land, to remind them [...]
Learn how to get involved in service with refugee families.
Adult Education with the Evertsbergs
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with Kathy Evertsberg
Replay the Racial Justice Committee speaker meeting.
The fall lineup this year will challenge us spiritually and intellectually, deepen our individual faiths, and develop deeper relationships with fellow Christians. Wednesday Bible Study with Christine Hides will follow the book of Exodus, and Bill Evertsberg's Skeptics & Believers Group will follow Hans Küng’s book Does God Exist? Other opportunities include well-rounded and wise speakers like [...]
November 11–14, 2021
Friday, October 15.
Help Katie by sharing prayers you have used in times of uncertainty.
The Reverend Christine V. Hides Summer might feel like it is flying by for your family, but there are still a few exciting upcoming events to help us make the most of the season. Canceled Superhero Art Camp (July 27–29) will be held for second–fifth graders. Click here to learn more or register, [...]
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