A Faithful Response to the Mental Health Crisis of Our Children and Teens

Event details

  • February 26, 2024
  • 2:00 PM
  • Virtual

Rev. Dr. Sarah Griffith Lund on February 26 at 2pm via Zoom

Rev. Kheresa Harmon invites you to join the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina with pastor, advocate and author, Sarah Griffith Lund, to find hope and healing as we share stories and resources addressing the increasing mental health challenges facing youth today.

Rev. Dr. Lund will share highlights from her new book Blessed Youth: Breaking the Silence About Mental Illness with Children and Teens and the book for children and teens, Blessed Youth Survival Guide.

This free event will be held via Zoom on Monday, February 26 at 2:00pm.

Rev. Dr. Lund holds degrees from Trinity University (BA), Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv), Rutgers University (MSW), and McCormick Theological Seminary (DMin). She received the Dell Award for Mental Health Education at the 30th General Synod of the UCC.

Rev. Dr. Lund currently serves as Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice on the national staff of the UCC and as senior pastor of First Congregational UCC of Indianapolis, IN. She volunteers on the national boards of Pathways to Promise, Mental Health America, Bethany Fellows, and Piedmont University. In January of 2022, Rev. Dr. Lund joined two US Department of Health and Human Services national Think Tanks, the first about faith communities and suicide, and the second Think Tank about faith communities and youth mental health.

Please join us for this free event that tackles a huge issue facing our young people today. All are welcome to attend!