Mental health series at local faith community this fall
Disordered thoughts, psychotic episodes, paralyzing anxiety, debilitating depression and even thoughts of suicide… these are just some of the indications that the brokenness of this world is affecting our mental health or the health of someone we love.
On Sundays this fall, the community of faith that meets at North Sound Church will examine what it means to walk together through one of the most difficult parts of being human; mental illness, and look for hope in God.
The series, which begins on Sunday, Sept. 8, is called “Holding on to Hope: Mental Health and the Community of Faith.”
The speakers are Pastor Barry Crane and clinical psychologist Sarah Groen-Colyn, PhD., who practices in Edmonds.
The 8 a.m. service at North Sound Church is held in the sanctuary at 4th and Bell in downtown Edmonds. The 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services are held across the street at the Edmonds Conference Center (201 – 4th Avenue North).
Childcare and classes for children are available. Guests are always welcome. More information is available at northsoundchurch.com.