- How are we going adapting to our ever-changing environment, in our work place, our families, our church, our relationships?
- Do the anchors we put down in the past provide the same certainty today, can we live out our full potential when our moral compass seems at odds with what we might see as questionable values and ethics being lauded as the norm?
- Our creative Faith discussion group distinguishes faith from religion and belief?
Over the three sessions we will consider how we might practice faith and ethical living as we go about our lives in the environment we find ourselves in, not dwelling on the past or on the future but the reality of now.
April 30 – Creative faith and our search for wellbeing
Wellbeing can be elusive; a recent consumer study survey found 83 percent of those surveyed are prepared to pay more money for products or services that enhance their feelings of wellbeing!
During this session, we discuss the elements that contribute to both individual and community wellbeing.
June 4 – Creative faith and the basis for moral and ethical behaviour
11.45 to 12.45
All are invited to join Neil on session days in the Waratah room.
– Tea and Coffee provided