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Saturday September 19, 2020

Zoom (join link will be emailed to you)


Photo by Pedro Gabriel Miziara on Unsplash.


We live in a world that is more connected – yet more disconnected – than ever before. We all experience the resulting symptoms of loneliness in some way. How do we address and deal with that reality?

Who would benefit from this course?

  • People who sometimes feel lonely
  • People seeking to help the lonely
  • Leaders of organisations
  • Parents seeking connection with their children
  • People seeking deeper relationships with friends and family
  • People seeking to develop new relationships
  • Anyone seeking to better understand themselves and others

What will you learn?

  • How we are designed for relationships
  • Statistics on loneliness
  • How loneliness starts
  • The impact of loneliness
  • The importance of being known and appreciated
  • How to deal with feelings of loneliness
  • How to help others who feel lonely 
Speaker and seasoned relationship counsellor, Gareth Thomas, has studied deeply the issues related to interpersonal relationships including overcoming disconnection and loneliness.
He brings many years of experience in counselling and managing people in different cultures to the course. He has designed the course to help participants better understand and overcome loneliness by providing them with the tools to build more fulfilling relationships.

Dates: Saturday, September 19, 2020

Time: 10am–12pm

Cost: Free (Webinar capacity: 100)

Register here by September 19, 2020. A link will be sent to you. 

About the Organiser:

Community of Praise Baptist Church’s NETS (Nurture, Equip, Train and Send) Ministry aims to nurture and equip  members to grow as disciples of Christ and effective servants of His. The NETS process facilitates the wounded to be mended and healed, the well to be nurtured, equipped and trained, and the mature to be equipped and mobilised as leaders in various spheres of ministry. The equipping takes place in the context of community and relationship, as well as in the classroom with competent and gifted teachers and facilitators.