9 AM FORUM & 10 AM SERVICE | Tracey will speak at the Forum and provide the service.
11 AM | Tracey will provide the sermon at Eucharist
9:30 AM (sermon) & 11 AM (Forum) | Tracey will provide the sermon and speak at the Forum.
Tracey will speak on the “Spirituality of Dementia” during the following times:
10:30 AM to NOON | Open to the community, including those living with dementia and caregivers
NOON to 1 PM | Lunch provided (no cost)
1 to 2:30 PM | Clergy & congregational leaders only
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 781-784-2265.
From mid-July to September, Tracey is thrilled to serve as the summer priest in this wonderful Cape Cod community. All are welcome!
10:30 AM | Tracey will speak about the Spirituality of Dementia in the community's Interfaith Chapel.
10 AM | Discovery Class
11:15 AM | Tracey will provide the sermon
9 AM June 2 | Tracey will provide a workshop on the Spirituality of Dementia. A 60-minute talk will follow with 30 minutes of Q&A. RSVP requested but not required to Yuri, or to 317-636-4577, ext. 108.
10 AM & 1 PM June 3 | Tracey will provide the sermon. The 1 p.m. service includes a Spanish interpreter.
11:20 AM June 3 | Tracey will speak at a forum.
10 AM to NOON | Tracey will present Through the Looking Glass: The Spiritual and Pastoral Lessons of Dementia from the Inside Out.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17
8:30 AM | Short sermon by Tracey at Healing Eucharist
4:45 PM | A light reception is provided, followed by a Forum at 5:15 p.m. for students, faculty and community guests. Tracey will provide a conversation on her current ministry and teachings for 15 minutes. The remaining time is for a Q&A.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
Morning (time TBD) | Tracey will have a one-on-one conversation with professor Dorothy Linthicum, who works in the VTS Lifelong Learning department. Linthicum is currently working on projects about aging. A livestream may be available.
NOON | Brown bag lunch at Cafe 1823, 3720 Bishop Walker Circle (on the VTS campus). Tracey will provide a forum for students and faculty. She will talk about her community/civic engagements, career in ministry and journey as an openly gay female dean.
5:10 PM | Tracey is the keynote speaker for the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (AFTD) Education Conference in Chicago.
For complete conference details, visit http://www.theaftd.org/newsroom/aftd-2018-education-conference.
1 to 2:30 PM | The Very Rev. Tracey Lind will speak as part of an education session, "Living with Dementia: Seeing Beyond the Diagnosis."
- Gain a new perspective from four activists living with varying forms of dementia
- Challenge assumptions and prompt new thinking about what it truly means to provide services and support to those living with dementia
- Understand how the voice of the lived experience should inform the daily work of aging service providers and the field more broadly
The moderator is Anne Basting, professor of theatre at the Peck School of the Arts, the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
- The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, board member, Judson Services, Inc.
- Brian LeBlanc, Advisory Council member & advocate, Dementia Action Alliance
- Mary Radnofsky, Advisory Council member & writer, Dementia Action Alliance
- Brian Van Buren, Advisory Council member, Dementia Action Alliance
6 PM | The Very Rev. Lind will present a five-minute reflection at the Great Minds Gala, which recognizes LeadingAge members and individuals for positively impacting care and support for those living with dementia.
For more information about LeadingAge and the PEAK Leadership Summit, please click here.
9 AM | Tracey's sermon will touch on what you can do to make a difference.
10:10 to 10:50 AM | Forum led by Tracey: "Through the Looking Glass: Dementia from the Inside Out."
11 AM | The second service with Tracey's sermon on what you can do to make a difference.
Saturday, February 17 | 10:00-2:00 | Living in the Spirit with Dementia: This is a retreat for individuals and their spouses/partners who are living with early to mid-stage dementia. During our time together, we will explore dementia as a pilgrimage for spiritual growth. The program will include: presentation, conversation, art, music, reflection, and labyrinth walking. Morning snack and lunch will be provided. This retreat is free of charge, but pre-registration is required. Co-leaders are The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, a retired Episcopal priest living with early-stage dementia (Frontotemporal Degeneration) and her spouse Emily Ingalls. Click here to register for this public event. Retreat participants can also register by phone at tel:(305) 448-7421.
Sunday, February 18 | 11:00 a.m. – Tracey will share the morning message, "Standing in the Shifting Sand" followed by an interfaith discussion from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. entitled "Through the Looking Glass: Dementia from the Inside Out."
12:30 PM | The Very Rev. Tracey Lind will speak at a community lunch in the Denniston Refectory. She will share her experiences in ministry while living with dementia. Students preparing for parish ministry and/or hospital chaplaincy may find this perspective useful to their education.