[From Canon Andrew Gerns}
Financial Sanity Seminar
November 7, 14, 21 & 28
Who’s shaping your money habits?
What are healthy money habits and how can we develop them?
When it comes to teaching children about money, parents have a choice. They can either allow today’s culture of immediate gratification to inform the money decisions their kids make or choose the better option of using their own family values, goals and actions to help them shape a narrative around money.
Dan Charney, a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Easton and Stewardship Missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem, will present The Financial Sanity Seminar that was designed for families and adults by Nathan Dungan, founder and President of Share Save Spend®. The Financial Sanity Seminar will consist of four one hour sessions for youth ages 8 and over, and adults for the purpose of starting sane conversations about money in the home.
These conversations can go a long way toward helping youth and adults understand the cause of money challenges, reasons why people are slaves to the lender, and what can be done to avoid or escape the trap of the advertising agencies.
This seminar will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, 234 Spring Garden St., Easton, PA on November 7, 14, 21, 28 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm in the Langner Lounge in the Parish Hall. The cost is $14.99 for the participant’s book; one for each adult and youth participant is required. To register for this seminar go to SignupGenius.com.
Nathan Dungan, founder and President of Share Save Spend ®, has for over 20 years been an industry thought-leader on helping youth and adults link their money decisions to their values. “We are living in uncharted economic waters. Now, more than ever, it is critical that faith communities convene multi-generational conversations that not only help to alleviate fear and anxiety, but also inspire and motivate youth and adults in the choices they make with money.” With Share Save Spend®, we have a unique opportunity to offer opportunities for conversation with a hopeful message and practical tools that youth and adults can use to re-balance their money habits in ways that honor their values.
For information, please call Trinity Episcopal Church at 610-253-0792.
Sign up here.