10 Days. 10 Runs. 10 Conversations.

Life presents with many opportunities for experiencing ”ups-and-downs” … this thing called Covid-19 is clearly one of the momentous events. Everyone, everywhere is experiencing the negative impact of distancing, isolation, and disruption of social interaction. This reality has greatest impact upon youth who, by definition, are socially sensitive individuals at a critical moment in time. Emotions that are normally enhanced become intensified by circumstances beyond their control. Outcomes can be devastating... confusion, loneliness, depression and even serious emotional breakdown can result. Our effort is to raise awareness of this reality, open avenues for communication and support our youth at a critical moment in their lives.

Check out the various themes and resources available below. There are ways to start, continue and lead these conversations within the resources as well. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Jay Kiel- jkiel@stlukes-elca.org

Relationships

Positive Thinking

Self-Care

Mindfulness

Challenge Negative Thinking

Sharing Your Story

Physical Wellness

Giving Back/ Service

Self-Compassion

You Matter

These conversations are important, breaking the silence and stigma is important. There are many resources

available to know where to go for help, how to help, and to learn more about this important topic.

CONTACT

608-831-6084

 

7337 Hubbard Ave.

Middleton, WI 53562

Our physical Building and office will be closed until further notice.  

Our office Hours by phone are:

8:30am - 3:00pm
Monday - Thursday

 

8:30am - 1:00pm

Friday

call 608-831-6084 if you have an emergency and a pastor will respond as soon as possible.

  

JOIN US

There will be no onsite services

at this time. Please join us for:

Online Services

Sundays starting at 8:00am

Drive in Service

Wednesdays at 6:00pm (Sept.-May)

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