Dementia-friendly church service: Suffering (2021)

This week’s nondenominational worship service (updated for 2021) focuses on a universal reality: suffering. As usual, this church service is suitable for older adults with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

I guarantee, every elder you know has a solid sense that hardship is real and unavoidable. How does our faith in God help us endure it? I hope this service provides a measure of peace and hope when the dark clouds of suffering seem to obscure God’s hand.

Watch the 48-minute video church service on suffering here.

Peace be with you,

P.S. This week the Spiritual Eldercare YouTube channel passed 1,000 subscribers! Thanks to all of you who signed up; it really helps other people who may be searching for dementia-friendly resources.

Photo by Manos Kolovouris on Unsplash

2 thoughts on “Dementia-friendly church service: Suffering (2021)

  1. David Hertle says:

    Thank You Elisa.
    I keep trying to conduct Sunday Service wearing the mask I am required to have on my face. But the folks have trouble hearing and understanding me. I have a few lip-readers.
    The Seniors love your complete services and I am able to play on the big flat screen using closed captioning. I add a couple of songs from YouTube at the beginning and the end and call it Special music.
    You are indeed blessing others.

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    • Elisa Bosley says:

      I’m so glad, David. I, too, am required to wear a face shield again — it really is hard (but not as hard as a mask). So I’m super glad that the videos are working for you. I’ve wondered about adding the captions! Good to know that you can turn them on yourself. Blessings.

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