Talking about Death
401 E Michigan St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Facilitated by The Rev. Suzanne Wille
Rector, Episcopal Church of All Saints
This month’s topic: Talking about Death
As we enter into Fall and prepare for Halloween (also known as All Hallow’s Eve) and the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls, a time when Dia de los Muertos is celebrated, it is natural for our thoughts to turn to death, to wonder what lies beyond this life, and to think about the great cloud of witnesses, those whom we love but see no longer. Come with your thoughts and questions as we address a topic we think about but rarely discuss!
Members and friends from Episcopal Churches in the Indy Metro area who see themselves as neighbors in faith together.
As neighbors we care for one another, our faith journey, and the community in which we live. We come together regularly for meaningful conversations about faith and life, and to hear from leaders in the community on important issues that we want to discuss and learn more about.
All are welcome at our table.
Episcopal Church of All Saints, Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s On The Way, and Christ Church Cathedral.
Parking: Come early to get street parking! You’ll need at least 20 minutes to park and walk to the Athenaeum.
Food & Drink:
There are multiple venues at your disposal for food and drink: beverages from the Coat Check Coffee Co in the lobby of the Athenaeum; food and drinks from the Rathskeller downstairs and bring it to our meeting room; take-out from a local restaurant; order ClusterTruck to the Athenaeum Building: https://downtown-indy.clustertruck.com; or eat before you arrive.
If you are a member of the YMCA, no matter which location, you can drop your kids off in the “Play & Learn” at the YMCA (ages 0-12 years) inside the Athenaeum building. If you are not a member of the YMCA this service costs $10 per hour. Keep in mind it is first-come-first-serve in the “Play and Learn” and they will fill up. Families are welcome to participate in our conversations. A soft space of age appropriate activities will be available in our meeting room for children.