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Replogle Center Events

We host several events throughout the year to support a variety of client needs, from mediation to couples or parenting classes to support groups to discussions of end-of-life issues to seminars on various topics. You can find a complete schedule of upcoming Replogle Center events here.

Relationships 101

Saturday, March 30
1:00–4:00 p.m.
Boyle Conference Room

Registration fee: $30
(Registration closes Thursday, March 28)

Register online here

Relationships take work, and successful relationships take work and a deep understanding of self. Communication, how we handle conflict, and expectations for relationships can be different from person to person.

Whether you are in a relationship, just really want to be, or can’t figure out why your relationships fail, exploring your personal attitudes to relationships can help you have more meaningful partnerships.

During this interactive workshop, you will gain insight into how personal stress, communication styles, and conflict affect our relationships, and how our families of origin influence our expectations.

You will learn about common communication pitfalls and gain skills in assertive communication, active listening, and conflict resolution. Additionally, you will gain clarity on what is a healthy or unhealthy relationship.

This workshop, led by Erica Pinney and Susan Haarman, is open to anyone—committed or single—who is looking to deepen their self-understanding in relationships.

Erica Pinney is a counseling intern at the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being and completing her masters in community counseling at Loyola University Chicago. Over the last decade Erica has worked in the field of domestic violence and is committed to helping adults understand their relationship to themselves and to those they love.

Susan Haarman is a counseling intern at the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being and is completing her masters in community counseling at Loyola University Chicago. Over the last decade Susan has worked in campus ministry and loves helping others find out how to have healthier, happier relationships.

“Dying to Know” Series: Being Mortal

Join us for a three-part workshop series created to take away the stigma of talking about death and dying while you are alive and develop a sense of being in charge of your life until the very end.

Attend one or all three of the following workshops, each of which will be held at Fourth Church.

Register online here ($10 per workshop or $25 for all three)

Being Mortal
Wednesday, April 3
2:30–4:30 p.m.
Watch a film and discuss Dr. Atul Gawande’s book Being Mortal, which explores health care at the end of life

Toolkit: How to Share your Health Care Wishes
Wednesday, May 22
2:30–4:30 p.m.
Gain resources for creating your Advance Directive

Candid Conversations
Wednesday, June 19
2:30–4:30 p.m.
A talk over tea about living and dying well

Cosponsored by the Replogle Center, Fourth Church’s Center for Life and Learning, the National Council of Jewish Women: Chicago North Shore Section, and Skyline Village

Tuesdays at Replogle: Meditation

Tuesdays Evening Meditation
7:00–8:15 p.m.
Boyle Conference Room

Donation of $10 requested    

This group meditation is open to all, whether you are new to meditation or an experienced practitioner.

To enhance our meditation experience, leaders  provide a theme for each month’s discussion time. After sitting in meditative silence, our conversation focuses on that theme, related to the month and season. Our theme for March is “How to  Bring Mindfulness into Everyday Life.”

You are welcome to come whenever you can. We gather on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m. (which includes 25 minutes of silent meditation, followed by discussion centered on the monthly theme).

You do not need to commit to attend every Tuesday; you are welcome to come whichever weeks you choose.

We encourage you to reserve your space, by clicking on the dates for the evenings you plan to join us.

We also appreciate a $10 donation per session or whatever you can afford to support the work of the Center.

Premarital Seminar

The Replogle Premarital Seminar is offered five times per year to provide couples with the opportunity to learn and practice some of the most important skills necessary to building a healthy marital relationship that will endure and grow. Learn more about the Premarital Seminar here.

Grief Support Group

For those dealing with significant losses, a Grief Support Group meets on several Mondays throughout the year from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the Replogle Center's Conference Room. The Grief Group is free of charge. Read more...

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