In response to the who cares card filled in by local residents St. Matthew’s Church is providing a sermon series ‘negative emotions’ was a major concern for many people.
January 21, 2018 – Dealing with Worry (Matt 6:25-34) and Weariness
January 28, 2018 – Finding hope when all seems hopeless
February 4, 2018 – Allowing God to deal with guilt
February 11, 2018 – With Jesus facing Grief and the Grave
February 18, 2018 – Jesus says “Do not be afraid.”
February 25, 2018 – God’s promise of his presence (Loneliness)
March 4, 2018 – God can deal with our shame
March 11, 2018 – Building oneself up in Christ helps disappointment
March 18, 2018 -Facing doubt
A Lent course will run produced nationally by the Christian Medical Fellowship. It is called ‘The Human Journey’ and the titles of the evenings are below. This will run on consecutive Wednesday evenings in church beginning at 7:45 p.m. All welcome.
21st Humanity – What does it mean to be human?
28th Physical Health – How should I live?
7th Mental Health – Am I supposed to feel like this?
14th End of life – How should life end?
21st New Technologies – Are we playing God?
28th Global Health – Who is my neighbour?
In addition, you might like to know that Suffolk mind run the suffix needs met course which is open to anyone who becomes a friend of Suffolk mind which is free www.suffolkmind.org.uk/friends the Suffolk’s Needs Met training will
- Undo misconceptions about mental health and raise awareness of our emotional needs
- Address the causes of low morale and so help to improve staff engagement
- Begin to reduce the cost of sickness absence to businesses and make them a happier place to work
The half day training course is fully funded by Suffolk Mind so there is no charge to attend. All they ask is that you commit to providing them with feedback as it to its impact and effectiveness.