Charlotte church hosts Things That Matter series

Above, the Rowland family of Shelburne. Presenters Randy and Ginny Rowland will lead a discussion on parenting during the “Things That Matter” series on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Charlotte Congregational Church in Charlotte.

Above, the Rowland family of Shelburne. Presenters Randy and Ginny Rowland will lead a discussion on parenting during the “Things That Matter” series on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Charlotte Congregational Church in Charlotte.

Are you frustrated by repeated family arguments? Are your simplest requests met with resistance? Do you find yourself wishing everyone could “just get along”? On Thursday, Nov. 7, at 5:30 pm, the Charlotte Congregational Church presents a new “Things that Matter” evening, this time focusing on learning personality type and temperament tools to reduce conflict and bring greater harmony to ever-changing family dynamics.

Shelburne residents, Randy and Ginny Rowland, lead the discussion and explore how cognitive processing plays into the scripts of our lives and those of our pre-adolescent and teenage children. Together, they bring many years of experience in management leadership, residential space planning, and communication training to the table and have much to share. (They are also presently parenting their third teenager.)

Plan on learning at least one thing to help ease the challenge of parenting and communicating with your children, not to mention co-workers, spouses, or other family members. There is something for everyone in this conversation!

A soup supper is served at 5:30 pm and the discussion begins shortly thereafter. A suggested donation of $12 is requested. Please RSVP to Jenny Wright at www.ucccharlotte.net so we can set a place at the table for you. For further information, call 425-3176.

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