Date(s) - Sep 13th 2020 - Sep 17th 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Resiliency: Faithful Endurance During Pandemics and Other Difficult Times
Starting on September 13th, join us for four Sundays at noon during our regular Zoom Fellowship Hour for our 2020 Central Chautauqua series. Understanding that we are not the first people who have lived during difficult times and that we can draw wisdom and strength from those who have gone before us and from God’s presence with us today, we will explore resources that can help us endure during our own difficult times. Visit https://forms.gle/zcddjhVNGi5hXiES8 to register so that we can send you the Zoom invitation for these presentations. You may register for as many of the presentations as you like. Please register no later than the Friday preceding each session. The sessions will be available on the Central Moravian Church YouTube channel after each presentation.
Our three speakers will offer us historical, psychological, and spiritual perspectives on the following dates. They are:
Dr. Paul Peucker, Moravian Church Northern Province Archivist
Yellow Fever and the Spanish Flu:
How Did Moravians Deal with Epidemics in the Past?
Dr. Micah Sadigh, Professor of Psychology
Cedar Crest College
How to Find Meaning in Suffering:
Lessons through the Lens of Time
Spiritual Director and Parish Pastor
Faith Resiliency: Centered in God
Presenters’ Roundtable and Discussion