Bringing Joyful Spiritual Care to Greenwich Seniors, Their Families and Caregivers since 1968

Join us for a reception and program with athlete, author, survivor Karen Newman.

Saturday, June 18, 2016 | 7:00pm reception, 8:00pm program
The Nathaniel Witherell | 70 Parsonage Road, Greenwich, CT

Karen Newman is a sought-after motivational speaker, world-class triathlete, and a survivor of two life-threatening diseases. Karen has earned the USA Triathlon's Most Inspirational Comeback Award, the Connecticut Sportswriters Association's Courage Award, and was named American Cancer Society's Determination Champion.

Her mission is to inspire others to find opportunity through their own trials, and to help people realize that they are loved, worthy, vital, and never too far away or too broken to be healed.

Tickets: $25 regular admission
$100 Silver (includes 2 tickets)
$250 Gold (includes 4 tickets)
$500 Platinum (includes 6 tickets)

Introduction by GCS Musical Team
Stefanie Kies - Anne Lawrie
Please mail checks made out to Greenwich Chaplaincy Services to 70 Parsonage Rd., Greenwich CT 06830. If you are taking advantage of a sponsorship opportunity, include the number of tickets you are requesting. Can't attend but want to help? We appreciate your generous contributions of any size. Seating is limited. For more information about ticket availability, please call the Chaplaincy office at 203-618-4321, or email

Our Ministry

  • Partner with Greenwich clergy to support the pastoral needs of their congregants residing in any of the facilities we service.
  • Be present to support all spiritual aspects of end-of-life care, including palliative and comfort care, and difficult ethical and moral decisions.
  • Address the transitions required in moving into short- and long-term care.
  • Provide spiritual support for families and staff at times of grief and bereavement.
  • Conduct memorial services for all faiths.
  • Lead worship services addressing all faiths, and observe all major religious holidays. Provide individual pastoral support through music, prayer, Bible study and rosary.
  • Build community and individual relationships with the residents, their families and the staff.

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GCS is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) supported wholly by donations from local churches and synagogues, private donations and foundation grants.

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