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Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life
A Journey Together
Join us for this unique hybrid offering beginning in September!
September 9 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm CDT
Online Registration for the series by August 28, suggested donation $75 – $150
This is a community-focused, connected series, with one registration for all sessions, and is limited to twenty participants.
The second half of life is a threshold that can often bring a new set of challenges as well as a new set of opportunities. The shifting of priorities, the letting go of identities, the creation of new ones; they can all leave us asking, “what’s next?”
During this 9-month journey together, you will have the opportunity to explore the common themes that arise in mid-life and be invited – through both individual and group reflection, activities, and sharing – to consider the possibilities this phase of life might be offering you.
Starts on Saturday, September 9. There will be 6 sessions: 3 in-person at Tau Center and 3 virtual via Zoom
- Saturday, September 9, 2023 ~ 10am – 3pm at Tau Center: Honoring the Past
- Wednesday, October 11, 2023 ~ 6:30pm – 8pm via Zoom: Shifting Traditions
- Wednesday, January 10, 2024 ~ 6:30pm – 8pm via Zoom: Exploring New Identities
- Saturday, March 2, 2024 ~ 10am – 3pm at Tau Center: Being in the Present
- Wednesday, May 8, 2024 ~ 6:30pm – 8pm via Zoom: Evolving our Living Spaces
- Saturday, August 17, 2024 ~ 10am – 3pm at Tau Center: Designing the Future
About Our Facilitator
For nearly 20 years, Karen Bychowski spent much of her time as a management consultant, traveling around the United States and across the world. She assisted large organizations in navigating change as part of her work with a Global Fortune 100 Consulting Company. In October 2019, she took steps to find meaning in the second half of her own life, leaving this career to follow a greater calling she felt God had for her.
Karen is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation and is passionate about helping others explore and live out the greatest purpose for their lives. She frequently coaches those experiencing various transition points in their professional and personal lives, using a combination of inquiry, reflection, and experimentation to help them find greater meaning in their journey.
Tau Center: A Spirituality Ministry of the Wheaton Franciscans