Sick and Spiritual: Making Faith Accessible

Sick and Spiritual: Making Faith Accessible

Storytelling, discussion.  Open to All.

Spirituality and sickness are not mutually exclusive, and the emphasis on healing (rather than accepting) one’s condition(s) can be disempowering to those who have chronic illness/disabilities.  With an interfaith approach to personal stories and thought-provoking discussion, Sick and Spiritual examines individual experiences and offers a place to explore what it means to have faith and chronic health concerns.

Sam Lofgren
Sam is an ordained interfaith minister and a lifelong eclectic practitioner in multiple traditions. Chronically ill since birth, she is deeply interested in the interplay between ability, acceptance, faith, and magic.  Sam is the owner of Companion in Shadow, offering tarot and transition services: www.companioninshadow.com

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