• May 18, 2020
    2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

This is a Zoom webinar. The Zoom link will be emailed to registrants the morning of the workshop.

Many parents had a comfortable community around their children – teachers in school and church, grandparents and family, mentors, neighbors, and friends. Now parents are isolated, solely responsible for their children’s mental, emotional, and physical health all while society undergoes a crisis. Calling on resources from family systems theory, emotional intelligence, child development, and personal experience, this workshop seeks to help parents and those ministering to them be intentional and thoughtful in how to bring wholeness and insight to parenting now and into the future. Teaching will be accompanied by small group discussion, so that everyone gets the chance to digest and share.

Whether you are a parent or supporting parents around you, this webinar will help you frame the task of parenting in a helpful way during this challenging time.

Rev. Kimberly Secrist Ashby is the pastor at Fallston Presbyterian Church. She has a Master’s in Education and specialized in Christian Education at Union Presbyterian Seminary. Kimberly is the mother to two children and loves making up games!

Rev. Andy Gathman is the pastor at Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Church and parent to two. He has an M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary. He’s been making sourdough bread since before the quarantine!