The Congregational Care Team of St. Thomas is hosting a three-part Safety Forum, for our church family and for the community, presenting very important topics of our day. Dates are Oct 28, Nov 4, and Nov 18 at 7 pm.
Monday, October 28, 7:00pm
Presenter: HUNTER LENZ
Daily, we are bombarded by foreign lottery/telephone scams, IRS scams, work from home check scams, Charity fraud, and fraudulent change of address requests. Come learn how to avoid being scammed!
Presenters: CHRIS ALBRIGHT and MARK G. COOKE
Our lives are lived digitally, but this also means it can be easier to experience identity theft and online banking fraud. Join us and increase your financial security awareness and avoid having your identity stolen.
Monday, November 4, 7:00pm
Presenters: SERGEANT A. BARAHONA, Manassas City Police and SARAH MAHONEY, Manassas City Police, Crime Prevention Specialist
Nothing feels worse than when we feel threatened. Learn when to call the police and how to facilitate positive interaction between the Police and citizens; as well as the benefits of the “See Something, Say Something” program and personal safety (residential, auto), as well as police services in general.
Monday, November 18, 7:00pm
Bullying/Cyber-bullying: what everyone should know.
Presenter: JENNY MISCHEL, PhD George Mason University
Jenny is an expert in the field of bullying identification and prevention.
Teens are encouraged to attend.
Reservations are kindly requested for preparation and space purposes.
Please contact the St. Thomas Church Office