Thursdays, 7–8:30 p.m., Rawlins Hall
“Having the Conversation” will provide a safe place to learn and ask questions about a variety of death and dying issues. This five-week seminar, held on Thursday evenings, will address the following spiritual and medical issues surrounding death, planning the Christian funeral, and important legal decisions:
Thursday, Oct. 11 “Finding the Care You Need”
Dan Bruce, Administrator Klarus Home Care
Dawn Bransky, Benevolent Hearts Home Care
Sandy Flores Bruce, Total Hospice & Palliative Care
Thursday, Oct. 18 “The Importance of Planning”
Steven A. Early, P.C., Early Law Firm – Our third presentation will be held Thursday, October 18 by Steven Early, J.D., CFP discussing “The Importance of Planning”. Information will be provided on health care directives and legal issues to consider.
Mr. Early is an attorney who practices in Colleyville. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has earned a designation as a Certified Financial Planner, CFP. He is also a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association and the Probate Section of the State Bar of Texas.
Join us in Rawlins Hall, Room 3103, from 7:00-8:30 p.m. for each Having the Conversation presentation. There is no cost for this seminar and all are welcome. For more information, please contact Dianne Will 817-481-4147 x219.
Thursday, Oct. 25 “My Loved One Has Died – Now What?”
Martin Thompson, Thompson & Son Cremation & Funeral Service
Thursday, Nov. 1 “Death Never Has the Last Say”
Rev. Betsy Godbold, Pastor of Spiritual Formation
Rev. Kyle Roberson, Pastor of Care and Support
Join us in Adult Education 3103 (Rawlins Hall) for each presentation. There is no cost, and all are welcome.
November 7 at 6 p.m. in Room 3103
Drug and alcohol awareness for parents of middle school and high school students. Marcene Weatherall, Coordinator of Counseling Intervention Services at Keller ISD and a licensed chemical dependency counselor, presents current information including new trends such as vaping/juuling.
We want to be there in your times of need and in your times of celebration. By offering classes and events, our dedicated staff seeks to continue to support you.
At a funeral or memorial service here, we seek to worship the living God – for God to continue to bring comfort those mourning. We have materials available to help you maneuver this difficult time.
Taking care of your mind, soul and body is important to us! We offer many exercise classes such as Stretch & Strengthen or Chair Yoga, as well as give you the chance to help others through donating blood or receiving a flu shot.
To provide affordable professional counseling services to church members, visitors and the community within a Christian environment.
There are a variety of groups that meet on campus that serve the community.
Stephen Ministry is a Christian service with a strong focus on God’s love and spiritual encouragement.
Chandler’s Hope is a ministry that brings awareness and answers to questions of what to do, where to go, and who to turn to when faced with addiction.