“Dangerous Memories” and Service of Remembrance with Rev. Christine Isham

Memories of those who have gone before us are both comforting and empowering as well as painful and discouraging. How do we navigate everything that our memories of loved ones bring to us? Who are we remembering, and who do we need to add to our remembering? These memories can be dangerous in the way they inform and challenge our daily living.

You are invited to have on hand a picture of your loved one to share during this service.

Rev. Christine Isham, PhD. is currently working as a Hospice Chaplain with Gundersen Health Services Hospice. She and her wife moved into the Driftless area in 2018 and have enjoyed hiking, kayaking and wine tasting. She also teaches the meditative art of Zentangle at the Franciscan Spirituality Center and serves on the board of the Seven Rivers Hospice Home. Christine was ordained in the Christian Church (DOC) in 2005 and in the same year received her PhD in Contemporary Ethics from Drew University.

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