July lineup for Sun Lakes UMC’s Tuesday Nights Together

Join us in July for a series of free summer programs on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Road in Lindsay Hall.

The programs last an hour or so; no reservations are required. Mark your calendars for the July lineup:

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July 11 – Sun Lakes UMC Counseling Program: One Year Later – In May, 2016, Sun Lakes United Methodist Church established a counseling ministry to serve the needs of the congregation and the Sun Lakes community. One year later, the two counselors, Dr. Julian Pickens and Deb Ralston, are extremely proud of the results of this ministry. These two highly-accomplished professionals describe the services available and how people can access their help at a very reasonable rate.

July 18 – “In Our Own Voice”: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – Do you have a family member, friend, co-worker or acquaintance living with mental illness? Then join us for NAMI’s presentation of “In Our Own Voice,” by Terry McDermott, Peer Program Coordinator for NAMI. Joining him with be two speakers who will walk you through their journey to recovery and leading successful lives despite their illnesses.

July 25 – An Evening of Fun and Music – Rev. Jim and Martha Wood and friends present music from childhood days, including American folk songs, songs from other lands, a few sing-alongs, famous 1940s nonsensical songs, concluding with a special hymn.

The remaining lineup of our Tuesday Nights Together series, to be held in August, will be published in future issues of Splash. If you have any questions about the series, please contact Bev Tarpley, SLUMC Education Committee Chairperson, via the church office at 480-895-8766.