Spirituality for the Second Half of Life

If you are in your 50s and 60s, perhaps approaching retirement, and interested in exploring “Who will I be when I am no longer who I have been for the past 30-40 years?” and “Where am I on my spiritual journey?” you may want to tap into some of the small group resources available to members in your parish.

If you are already retired and eager to remain active and explore opportunities for awakening your spirituality and experiencing your spiritual journey in new ways, you may be interested in entering into a small group to learn more about aging in grace.

If you are less physically active and would be interested in spiritual companionship and deeper conversation, you may want to let that desire be known.

If you are a care giver who could benefit from some assistance in coming to grips with the spiritual aspects of end-of-life decisions, now is the time to seek that out.

If you have put off exploring your spirituality in the busyness of your life, now is the time to dispel the myths of aging through prayer, engaging with the scriptures, and gathering in community to share this spiritual journey.

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