Tennessee

Healing of Memories Workshop

October 24-26, 2017

Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga 3224 Navajo Drive Chattanooga, TN 37411

Registration Fee: $150, Scholarships are available through the generous support of the Veatch Foundation. Apply online at: http://www.uucc.org/uucc-calendar/special-events 

 

The the issues that plague Chattanooga are remarkably similar to Cape Town, South Africa. The Institute for the Healing of Memories in Cape Town, South Africa has been working with young people for the past four years on a project that they call “Restoring Humanity,” a project that the Fathers 2 the Fatherless staff found inspiring and they committed to joining us for our next Healing of Memories Workshop and facilitator training in the fall of 2017.

In the spring of 2015, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga’s social justice committee and lay pastoral care committee sponsored a fundraising event and raised funds to introduce the transformative power of the Healing of Memories workshops. Father Lapsley offered two introductory workshops that included members of the community, social workers, police officers, and church members.

Rev Cathy Harrington; is the Regional Coordinator, for the Institute for Healing of Memories in Tennessee. Cathy was introduced to Father Michael and Healing of Memories workshops while working as a Victim Outreach Specialist with 911 Families for a Peaceful Tomorrow in 2013. She is a Healing of Memories facilitator and is working with local leaders to incorporate the transformative power of Father Michael’s work in the struggle for racial justice, healing of trauma due to violence, and to support veterans, police officers, and first responders.

Cathy is a Unitarian Universalist parish minister serving a UU congregation in Chattanooga, TN. She received a Master of Divinity Degree from Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley CA in 2004 and a Doctor of Ministry from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago IL in 2012. She is a member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains and serves the Chattanooga Police Department as a volunteer police chaplain. A life-long learner, Cathy is studying Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga.

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