Hope on Any Given Day
NOVEMBER 15: Join us for this virtual forum with Sandy Hook mother and author, Sophfronia Scott.

Tain Gregory was present in his third-grade classroom on the morning of the Sandy Hook shootings. As part of the community healing process after the tragedy, Tain was asked,

“What’s the most important thing in the world to you?”
His mother, Sophfronia Scott, expected an answer about a video game or Pokémon trading card. Tain thought for a moment then answered with one word. “God.” Until then, Sophfronia  had no idea how close to the surface his faith existed and how it was sustaining him in that grief-filled time.

Sunday, November 15
11am, Via Zoom

Sophfronia Scott joins us this morning to discuss the gifts and surprises of raising a child of faith and how her now teenage son’s ongoing sense of hope influences her own. Sophfronia is a resident of Sandy Hook and the author (along with her son) of the book This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World and of the forthcoming book The Seeker and the Monk: Everyday Conversations with Thomas Merton.