Special Events

Dying Well Class

August 20 through Sept 24, Tuesdays, 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Minimum sign-ups 12, Maximum sign-ups 18

Taught by Rev. Carla Cain, MBA, MDiv.

Tuition $289  REGISTER HERE

Registration deadline:  August 14, 2019



Facing the mystery of death can be overcome with emotions of fear anxiety depression and anger. Yet we are truly spiritual beings to the end of our lives. Through our stories and experiences, we can find purpose meaning in our life's legacy to transform our spiritual existence to the end to make death a purely sacred process. Wisdom gained from this class will help construct a renewed sense of our spiritual dimension to gain a sense of freedom from the negative emotional hold facing death.

This class is designed to create a sense of community and to engage on a deep personal level to talk about dying.  It is active engagement from the participants to reconcile with any law spiritual components in their lives and to develop their own unique purpose and meaning in life by naming their legacy through stories and events.  The class is also designed to assist the participants to identify their spiritual blocks and find a way through them to ultimately move forgiveness of self and others.  

Carla is a pastor and trained End-of-Life Doula.  Her current work is consulting with congregations on strategic planning, conflict transformation, church leadership and a focus on working with the dying.  Karla discovered her call to ministry after spending 30 years in the corporate world she was involved in business development human resources and cultural transformation work period Carla has an expertise and passion for personal mastery that leads to living well and dying well.

"Dying Well is a dynamic, introspective intensive that provided me the framework for approaching my death with dignity and empowerment."

Dying Well is a fantastic class!  It gave me tools to face my own death as well as the death of others.  The respectful way in which such a difficult topic was approached made it easier to bravely face such a personal and inevitable end that awaits us all.”

Dying Well has taught me to live well.  This class has opened my eyes to planning my end of life desires.  I am thankful for the sharing and intimacy. “