‘ASK ME ANYTHING’
AT SAINT MICHAEL’S LITCHFIELD
AN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Update: our high-school aged students were unable to attend. So this turned into an evening to gather students that are home on college break. The conversation was thoughtful and interesting. We are planning to hold another all ages event and need a new name.
An Open and Confidential Conversation with High-school aged Community Members
Saint Michael’s Litchfield is inviting highschool-aged community members to an ‘ask me anything’ open conversation.
Sunday, May 22, 2022
Two members of Saint Michael’s Litchfield, Denise Butwill and Justin Pascoe, as well as a representative from the Episcopal Church in Connecticut’s Southwest/Northwest Mission, Dylan Mello, will be prepared to discuss any topics that participants may introduce. As persons of faith, Denise, Justin and Dylan will engage participants through an Episcopal lens. However, the questions and topics for conversation do not need to be religious in nature. In fact, nothing is off the table and what is said at the AMA will remain confidential.
Pizza, wings, and soft drinks will also be available.
Join us for our second gathering. We had a blast the first time and the food was pretty good too.
Name: Justin Pascoe
My faith is how I respond to God tugging on my soul.
Name: Denise Butwill
Occupation: Retired Librarian
My faith reminds me that God has called me to be a wonderful, caring, forgiving person; lifting others up as I develop a relationship with the divine and with others.
Name: Dylan Mello
Occupation: Region Missionary and Athletic Trainer
My faith requires me to work towards justice for all people, particularly those who have been marginalized in our society.