All classes are held at 10 AM, between services on Sunday mornings in the Tree of Life Room.
Oct 5 – World Communion Day: Abby Cress in Jerusalem
Abby Cress, recently returned from a year in East Jerusalem with the ELCA’s Young Adults in Global Mission program, will share a bit of her work and experiences at this morning’s adult forum. Abby would love to hear some of your questions and interests ahead of time in order to incorporate them into her presentation (they can be sent to email@example.com) – questions will of course be welcome during the presentation as well!
Oct 12 – Election Forum: Gun Rights Initiatives 594 & 591
This election forum will provide an overview of both gun rights initiatives on the November ballot. With contentious messages on all sides of this issue, we aim to offer a perspective grounded in our passion for Christ’s love for all creation. At this unique forum, hear from representatives of both initiatives as we seek understanding to make an informed decision.
Oct 19 – St Luke’s Healing Service Conversation
Why do Christians hold services of healing? What’s behind the tradition of prayer, laying on of hands and anointing? Why is St. Luke associated with the practice of Christian healing? Join Pastor Hansen as we explore these questions on the day we celebrate St. Luke and lift up healing prayer in our Sunday worship.
October 26 – Guided Pathways
Funded by King County, Guided Pathways empowers and supports families and youth struggling with behavioral, emotional or substance abuse challenges in navigating resources to achieve wellness and resilience. Come hear from a representative of Guided Pathways share resources available to the community, as well as ways PRLC may form a partnership with the organization down the road.
Nov. 2 – PRLC Health and Wellness Ministry on Palliative Care
Our guest speaker, UW Medical Center RN Sharon Whyte, will inform us about palliative (pal-lee-uh-tiv) care. Provided by a team of doctors, nurses, and other specialists, this form of specialty assists individuals with serious illnesses. The team focuses on decreasing pain, symptoms, and stress of a serious illness along with curative treatment. The goal is to improve quality of life for the patient and family. The PRLC Health and Wellness Ministry hopes you can join us for this very important topic.