6 Tuesdays, 8:00-9:00pm (EST), April 17-May 22, 2018
Congregations are ideal settings for beginning to talk about what matters most to people when it comes to making decisions about the kind of health care they want and don’t want in the face of very serious illness. Starting Tuesday, April 17, 2018, The Conversation Project’s advisor to faith, Rosemary Lloyd, will host a free, six-part web-based course on how to infuse having conversations about crucial, values-centered healthcare decision-making into the life and work of faith communities.
Over six weeks, participants will learn about:
- the mission and free resources of The Conversation Project and why talking matters
- how to incorporate advance care planning themes into preaching, teaching, and pastoral care
- successful implementation of programs in other settings
- how to build a team that will carry on this work, set goals, communicate with your community, and measure success
- how to ground these conversations in the theology, ethics, and practices of your faith