Growing in Wisdom and Grace:
Spirituality and Aging in the “Third Thirty” of Life

Sundays, February 9, 16 & 23 – 11:20am

February’s adult faith formation class will look at our faith journeys and what they may teach us, as well as what scripture may say to us, about aging and the growth of wisdom and the experience of God’s grace. Participants will reflect on the beginning of their spiritual autobiographies and also consider how faith may grow as one ages and new opportunities present themselves. Participants will also consider separately and collectively the wealth of possibilities available to us as we age and ways to incorporate faith into the needed changes that come with aging.

Pastor Jim Butler has invited his friend and colleague, the Rev. June Begany, to lead this much-needed discussion. For 24 years June served as an associate pastor at Old Stone Presbyterian Church on Public Square as well as being actively involved in the life of our Presbytery, including Moderator. For the past six years, June has been a board member of Presbyterian Older Adult Ministry Network. She now enjoys an active and vital retirement including interim ministry with churches in our Presbytery.

Please join Rev. Begany at 11:20 a.m. in Wright Chapel on February 9, 16 and 23. Worksheets and handouts will be available later for those who miss a presentation.