In Matthew, we are called to be the light of the world; to be a source of comfort and reassurance to those we meet along our faith journey. I invite you to be that source of illumination during this Easter season by making a “Second Mile” Easter offering that will support three life-changing ministries.
Guest Blogger: Linda Abel, RN, President of Dementia Friendly Fort Worth
As we are reaching out to train people in businesses, organizations, and institutions as part of the Age-Friendly Dementia-Friendly certification program, and as we work on fundraising and organizational needs, it is easy to lose sight of our mission.
Over the last several months I have attended some information and training sessions about caring for or serving someone who is living with dementia.
Some of you know that my call to ministry emerged from my experiences of struggle and support after being diagnosed with cancer soon after my 13th Birthday.
This week we’re opening Leonard Memorial Chapel each day from 11:00 to 1:00 to provide a safe space for us to come together as a church. We offer this time of quiet prayer and reflection to our church family and friends – and anyone of any faith background seeking strength and comfort in this dark time.