When we or a loved ones face the reality of living with dementia, our very deepest sense of who we are, and what gives our life meaning and value, is challenged. Religious communities and our own sense of the Holy in our lives can offer important resources for us to tap into as we navigate this most challenging of spiritual journeys. This "Lunch-and-Learn" conversation will highlight some of the sources of strength, support, comfort, and meaning that personal faith and spiritual communities can offer.
Rev. David Morris is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Outer Banks. Both of his parents experienced significant dementia at the end of their lives, and he brings this experience as well as 15 years of pastoral ministry to this month's topic.
Click the link below to listen to Rev. David's inspiring talk.