Mental Health and the Church: A Workshop for Pastors
Wednesday November 15th • 10am – noon
Hosted by St. Andrew United Methodist Church in West Lafayette
Pastors, church staff and campus ministry leaders are invited to an informative workshop designed to help navigate how to recognize and help people in your congregations or ministries who are struggling with a mental illness, addiction, or life crisis.
Get practical advice on how to help “extra care required” people, learn about various resources in our community, and find out how Wellspring can be an option not only for people in your church but also for you and your staff.
There is no cost for the workshop. Following the session there will be an optional boxed lunch and a time of Q & A with our panel.
Contact us at 765-237-3326 or firstname.lastname@example.org to order a $10 boxed lunch from Cafe Literato.
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