Dementia-friendly worship service: Courage

Sometimes (OK, most of the time) the road we walk can feel rocky at best. That’s why I’m glad that this week’s nondenominational video church service is on courage. As people of faith, we have a very specific reason for having courage (spoiler alert: it’s not because of anything we do or are).

I hope this 48-minute church service for elders with Alzheimer’s and other dementias brings them, and you, some courage today and in the days to come.

Watch the dementia-friendly worship service on courage here.

As always, I’m grateful for all feedback and comments.

Peace be with you,

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2 thoughts on “Dementia-friendly worship service: Courage

  1. Kristy Scott says:

    These are SO wonderful and appropriate for my residents. Thank you so very much for taking the time to do these. They are MUCH appreciated. Please keep them coming. Sincerly, Kristy at Brookdale Senior Living, Enid, Oklahoma

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    • Elisa Bosley says:

      Kristy, your feedback came at the perfect time, as I was wondering if I should continue! I’m glad they are working for your residents — and I’m happy to keep making them. If you have any specific suggestions that would make them better, I’m all ears. Bless you, Elisa

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