Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, 5:30-7:00pm | Parish House Auditorium
Food for Thought is our new monthly supper to bring together individuals and families within our church community and the wider community, to share a meal, to learn about important issues in our lives, and to enrich each other with conversation. Please come as you are, and bring your family too. No RSVP needed. We will provide a simple supper including gluten free and children’s options.
Join us for a spirited presentation and dinner discussion with Lincolnite & FPL member Dr. Andy Clark. Andy will cover the Free Range Child movement and the values and benefits that it provides to our youth – especially at a time of record levels of childhood anxiety and depression. There are many parenting books published about hot topics involving the Grit, Resiliency and Self-direction that children need in order to thrive. Come see how these tie in with the Free Range lifestyle! We will discuss strategies that we (parents, grandparents, educators, and community members) have employed and can employ in supporting each other and ultimately our children.
Bio: Dr. Andrew Clark is a Parent, Practitioner and Instructor. His areas of expertise include: Mental Health and Community Psychiatry, Adolescent & Pediatric Psychiatry. We are thrilled and fortunate to have an expert like Dr. Clark covering this topic!
Co-Hosted by the Adult Learning Committee and the Youth Programs Committee
Child care will be provided in the second floor church school space from 6-7:30. Donations at the door encouraged: Adult $10, Children $5, Families max. $25. No RSVP needed – come last minute if that’s your style. Volunteers welcome, especially for clean up!