St. Paul’s Legacy Program presents:
Taking Care…with the end in mind
This Lenten series offers opportunities for learning and discussion about topics that can help bring peace of mind and honor relationships as we confront mortality–our own and our loved ones.’
March 12 – What do I wish: Advance Healthcare Directives
Having an up-to-date Advance Healthcare Directive and someone designated who knows your wishes and can advocate for you are gifts that you give yourself and your loved ones. Chloe Martin help you get these important tasks done.
March 19 – The Call to Estate Planning
As Christians, we are called to “make prudent provision for the well- being of [our] families, and … to make wills, while [we] are in health, arranging for the disposal of [our] temporal goods, not neglecting, if [we] are able, to make bequests for religious and charitable uses.” –From Book of Common Prayer.
Attorney Elizabeth Krivatsy will talk about the essential planning tools you need to provide for yourself and family.
March 26 – Scriptures and Hymns for Funerals
Father Christopher Martin and organist Mike Struck will lead us through the Episcopal Funeral service, read the scriptures offered as choices, and play appropriate hymns. We’ll provide forms so you can have your preferences on file at church.
April 2nd – The Value of Legacy Letters
Sharing your values, wisdom, traditions, stories and love with people you care about is deeply satisfying and also fun. Writing Legacy Letters increases connection between you and your reader, helps you both feel gratitude and even allows you to find more meaning in your life. Legacy Advisor, Melanie Vetter, will show you how in four simple steps.
The series will take place on Sundays in Lent at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 1123 Court St., San Rafael
For more info contact : Chloe Martin 415.464.7149 email@example.com