Dealing with Difficulty?

Responding to Life’s Everyday Problems

God is good, but life can be tough. How do you deal with life’s everyday problems? Come and receive encouragement, hope, and insight for responding to life’s guaranteed troubles.

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Dealing with Anger & Resentment

September 8

Anger can flash in an instant or build up slowly over time. Whether expressed in rage or resentment, anger can mess up your life and that others. Explore ways of dealing with anger and resentment before they rear their ugly heads and after you’ve already blown your top

Come and explore.

After the 10 am service, we’ll be offering a free festive lunch for all in attendance.

Dealing with Sickness and Pain

September 15

You can be the most peaceful person in the world, without an inch of resentment in your body. However, sickness and pain are still going to come your way. These things are parts of the facts of life. Explore ways of responding to sickness and pain, whether yours or somebody else’s.

Come and explore.

Light snacks and coffee after the 10 am service.

Dealing with Busyness and Stress

September 22

Stress is like the rain, sometimes it will drizzle and sometimes it will pour. Busyness is a frequent contributor to stress and the combination can drench you in anxiety and despair. Explore ways of responding to busyness and stress, both to prevent it and to deal with it.

Come and explore. 

Light snacks and coffee after the 10 am service.

Services start at 10:00 am every Sunday morning and are followed by refreshments.

Join us beforehand for Sunday School & Adult Education at 9:00 AM.

All are welcome!
Regardless of denomination, belief or lack thereof.

COME AS YOU ARE

We welcome you to St. John’s Episcopal Church in historic downtown Dubuque, Iowa. At St. John’s, “Doubts are ok, questions are welcome, please, come as you are.” We welcome you no matter who you are, where you come from, or why you are here. We are God’s people and this is God’s holy place with its doors wide open to love and serve the Lord and you.

Doubts okay.
Questions welcome.
Please, come as you are.

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