Worship Series Begins January 15th!
Seasonal Affective Disorder happens when a lack of sunlight affects our moods and ability to cope effectively. Spiritual Affective Disorder can also be a condition when we’ve had prolonged stress and life is disturbingly uncertain. What is our faithful response to our strained mental health? What if everyday life activities could become spiritual practices — deepening our experience of a meaningful life and helping us shine a light on the “blahs?”
This series intends to help us talk about the growing concern with mental health issues in our day in an accessible way. So much continues to threaten wellbeing in these times of anxiety and uncertainty. It is essential that we talk about this within our faith communities and offer the kinds of support we can with the assurances our faith provides, but also the everyday practices that can help us in times when we are feeling overwhelmed.