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  • Advance Care Planning: Boise Community Ed
    6:30 PM-8:00 PM
    2019-10-02

    701 E Boise Ave, Boise, ID 83706

    701 E Boise Ave, Boise, ID 83706

    ADVANCE CARE PLANNING (19F-PFI-022)
    Instructor(s) John McGown
    Meets: October 2, 2019 (Wed)
    Location: Timberline High School
    Time: 6:30 PM to 8 PM
    Tuition: $ 15.00
    Advance Care Planning is the process of thinking and talking about future medical decisions if you had a sudden event, like a car accident or illness, and could not make your own decisions. The best time to make these decisions is when you can choose for yourself. After discussing key factors, a sample Advance Care Directive for Health Care will be provided.

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  • Fall Death Cafe
    7:00 PM-8:00 PM
    2019-10-17

    The Fall Death Cafe has been scheduled. We will meet Thursday, October 17, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Boise Unitarian Fellowship, 6200 Garrett St., Garden City. As usual, no registration is required. Just come and join us for a lively conversation on death and dying.

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  • “Alchemy of Grief” – St. Luke’s Institute for Pastoral Care
    8:00 AM-1:30 PM
    2019-10-24

    Richard Groves of the Sacred Art of the Living Center will explore grief and grief support at St. Luke’s 2019 Institute for Pastoral Care.

    About this Event

    “Alchemy of Grief: Healing and Hope in Times of Loss”

    Among life’s most painful experiences is losing someone we love. Grief silences the soul. It shakes our solid ground and turns it into unstable footing with no clear path ahead.

    When grieving, we also face questions which contain healing and transformative potential:

    Who am I without my loved one?

    How will I function under the weight of grief?

    Where can I find a sense of wholeness?

    Richard Groves will explore this important topic as our speaker at the 3rd Annual Institute for Pastoral Care (IPC). His teachings are shaped by forty-years of experience in the field of end-of-life care and his new book, “Alchemy of Grief” (co-authored with his late wife, Mary).

    This presentation is designed to help those living with loss, healthcare professionals, and individuals dedicated to sup-porting friends and loved ones experiencing grief.

    This event, which includes lunch, will be an interactive presentation with opportunities for follow up discussion with Richard Groves.

    Advance registration is recommended. St. Luke’s employees attend with no charge. Event will be available to St. Luke’s Magic Valley Hospital via telecast.

    Please call Norman Shrumm (shrummn@slhs.org; 208-381-2100) for any questions. Thank you.

    Norman Shrumm

    (shrummn@slhs.org; 208-381-2100)

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