Screenagers Under the Influence: Addressing Vaping, Drugs & Alcohol in the Digital Age
Wednesday, May 24 | 6:30 pm in the Worship Center
Audience: parents/caregivers and youth in grades 6 and up
Presented by NAMI of Washington County and Trinity
This movie delves into how the tech revolution has reshaped adolescence and its effects on substance use. The film debunks myths and depicts strategies parents and schools can use to encourage healthy decision-making, support teen mental health, set limits, and create healthy home environments. Browse the resource tables beginning at 6:30 p.m., film begins at 7 p.m. followed by panel discussion.
IMPACT PARENTING/GRANDPARENTING SESSION: Technology & Student Well-Being
Please watch the video above. In association with Youth Service Bureau, Trinity Lutheran Church hosted a session for parents and kids called “Technology and Student Well-Being” in the Worship Center at Trinity from 6:30–7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. This presentation explores the demands of technology in our everyday lives, especially in the lives of kids. A great investment of 60 minutes for all parents, kids, caregivers, church staff, and volunteer leaders. Presentation includes:
- Watch a short documentary called “(dis)Connected”
- Explore the benefits and concerns around screens
- Look at the connection between brain development and devices
- Share guidelines and tips for parents and kids’ well-being
- Take time for questions and answers with the Youth Service Bureau representative
This event was also livestreamed on Trinity’s Facebook page Questions? Contact Monty Lysne.
Trinity values lifelong faith formation. Program offerings for our youth include Middle School Confirmation, 9th Grade Ministry and High School Ministry. Please explore these pages. For more information contact Monty Lysne, Youth Faith Formation Coordinator or Pastor Peter.