Tuesday, October 27 | 7-9:30 pm
This has been a tough year by just about anyone’s standards, and the holidays are going to present unique challenges this year, too. Add separation or divorce to the equation, and the holidays can invoke feelings of fear and dread.
If you are wondering how it is possible, after separation or divorce, not only to survive but thrive during the holidays, find support at DivorceCare Surviving the Holidays. This program is a one-time event where you’ll be welcomed by warm, caring people who understand what you are going through and who want to help. Join us on Tuesday, October 27, to learn practical ways to navigate the holidays, and connect with others. We will meet from 7-9:30 pm in Douglas Hall at a safe social distance. Anyone experiencing or who has experienced separation and divorce is welcome to attend.
For safety, temperature checks will be conducted, masks will be required, and no food or drinks will be permitted. Online registration is recommended, but not required; sign up here. Cost $5 includes workbook.
Questions? Contact Joyce Rogina.