Pit Stop for Parents – March 10

As our children grow up, life only begins to move faster. In the midst of school and activities, we can often miss the experience of faith development and a deeper understanding of relationship in the family. The hope is to allow a space where parents can stop and reflect on how we can help our children develop through communication and connection with their family and faith. Classes are offered periodically with a different guest speaker, target age group, and focus or theme.

Our next Pit Stop for Parents will take place Sunday, March 10, from 10:10-10:50 a.m. in the All Saints’ Room (128), and led by Lizzie Elder, MSW, LCSW, therapist for women with Vitality Counseling Services.

At this session, we will explore the intricacies of the adolescent brain from a neuroscience perspective and come away with a better understanding and equip parents with tools to help feel confident and empowered to connect with your tween/teen.  


Advent Resources for Parents:

  • Radiant Birth: Advent Readings for a Bright Season, edited by Leslie Fields – This is an excellent book of daily readings composed by some of the strongest theologians are also very accessible in their teaching.
  • Kate Bowler’s Guide to Advent – This free, print at home guide offers a daily reading and some reflection questions.
  • First Light and Eventide: A Daily Gratitude Journal by Tsh Oxenreider
  • Karyn Henly’s musical Nativity Story available on Spotify
  • Having “The Talk” about Santa

Advent Resources for Parents to use with Kids:

Contact Liz Howes, Director of Parish Programs lhowes@ccral.org with questions and check out recordings below: