A Christian View of the Body at Life’s End

SaturdayJCTWH

February 8, 2014

9:00 AM to Noon

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Rocklin, California

We live in a time and an age when the Christian view of the body can no longer be assumed.  Based on the resurrection of the body from the Holy Scriptures, this seminar will examine why Christians treat the human body with such care in both life and death.

Please signup on our Facebook Event for it and invite your friends!

A free-will offering will be taken to cover expenses.

Our Speakers

Rev. Todd Peperkorn, stm, is the pastor of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Rocklin, California.  Prior to that, he served in both Wisconsin and Indiana.  He has written extensively on the theology of the cross, mental illness and depression, and is the author of I Trust When Dark My Road: A Lutheran View of Depression.

Dcs. Pamela Boehle-Silva has served as the parish nurse and later deaconess of Holy Cross Lutheran Church since 1996.  She has also worked as a home health nurse with hospice experience, and has written and spoken on the care of the body.  She has also traveled extensively in Kenya and Madagascar, working with the women and deaconesses of these countries.

Everyone is welcome!  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

 

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

4701 Grove St.

Rocklin, California 95677