On Sunday, April 26th from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m., our Director of Senior Adult Ministries Beth Corn will guide us through The Conversation Project, a program dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care.
We know no guide and no single conversation can cover all the decisions that you and your family may face. What a conversation can do is provide a shared understanding of what matters most to you and your loved ones. This can make it easier to make decisions when the time comes.
This workbook style kit will help you answer key questions for yourself that you can then share with those most important to you. A conversation starter. A way to communicate in a very loving and kind way your wishes. The kit has question and proposals for us to start with.
We will journey this path together. Helping each other with recommendations that may help get the process started.
The conversation continues on Sunday, May 3rd, at 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. The United Methodist Foundation Representative Dale Levy will present the Will Power Program. This program covers questions such as how to choose a personal representative, how to choose a guardian for your children, and the overarching question, how to plan your will and trust. We will consider what it takes to leave a gift to the church as a witness to your faith. We will also learn about the church’s Columbarium as an option for those who want to be buried at their church home. Lunch will be provided and child care is available. Contact Rev. Trudy to RSVP.
LUMC Member and Estate Planning Attorney Bonnie Bowles will be present for planning and conversation to help us act on what we’re learning. And a follow-up session on Sunday, May 31st 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. will help resource and empower us to keep the conversation going.
Please join us for these important and special opportunities.