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Last week’s story time was so successful, we decided to do a part two! If you have a favorite fairytale, tall-tale, poem, ghostly legend, or short story you want to share? Then, in the tradition of Boccaccio’s Decameron (a medieval text where, in the midst of a plague, quarantined nobles tell stories to one another to pass the time), we are hosting our own virtual storytelling session.
Join Rev. Karen Hutt and local experienced chaplains as we seek to provide care to souls in public places. Learn how to be available for a stranger in need with a friendly listening ear. Learn to meet people where they are in the food court, in the courthouse lobby, where people may be facing loneliness, sadness, joy or discernment.
Contact Karen Hutt for more information.