August 2022 Newsletter:
Opportunities for Growth
Bishop Anderson House's Social Responsibility & Racial Justice committee and Community Chaplain, The Rev. Dr. Ebony D. Only, are hosting the forum based on the documentary The Color of Care. The event will be held at Rush University Medical Center's Searle Conference Center located at 1725 West Harrison Street. Space is limited, register today. Click on image to be taken to website.
Upcoming Retreat
Click here to register today.
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Enrollment Open:
Fall, 2022
The next session of our Spiritual Care Visitor Training Program begins on Saturday, September 24, 2022 with a virtual retreat via Zoom. There are three mandatory sessions of the retreat (9/24 10:00am - 12:00pm; 9/24 1:30pm - 3:00pm; 10/1 10:00am - 12:00pm). Please complete your application no later than Monday, September 12, 2022.
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Save the Date
Fall Harvest: a celebration of abundance!

Please mark your calendars for Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm, when we host our first in-person social event in over two years. This free after-work gathering of friends and followers will be a great chance to reconnect with old friends and make some new friends. Watch for details in the next newsletter.
Resources & Thanks
Monthly Resiliency Calendars

The Rev. Dr. Ebony D. Only has created a monthly calendar featuring daily wisdom and prompts to support your emotional well-being. Click on the calendar at left to access the larger version.
Gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure
How grateful we are to have received an abundance of support for our ministries. Here is a list of recent donors:

Over 500 new teddy bears courtesy of gifts received from Tracy Baim, Fredy Gerber, Howard & Lori Leppen, Michael Leppen, Robert & Joyce Leppen, Julie & John Maynard, Michael McAdams, The Rev. George Monroe, Joe & Jill Nolan, Hadley Rue, Pat & Mary Sullivan and Leslie Young.
Chaplaincy // Social Responsibility & Racial Justice
Spirituality & Wellness // Education
Bishop Anderson House is an interfaith agency rooted in the tradition of the Episcopal Church,
providing pastoral services and education programs for faith and health care communities.