We invite you to join us for the second in a series of â€œdine and learnâ€ spiritual care cultural diversity lectures. This session will focus on Native American traditions and will feature food catered by Table Talk Catering. This is a complimentary event.
Native American Spirituality
Professor Sophia J. Jacobson
Tuesday, August 9th
Lunch will begin at 12:30
Speaker from 12:45-1:45
Augustana Health Care Center of Minneapolis â€“ Main Chapel
Catered by Table Talk Catering
Presentations will provide:
- Education about the faith diversity of our community
- Platform for learning how different cultures view the relationship between faith, healing and quality of life
- Free Valet parking will be provided
- Free Ceuâ€™s will be offered for nursing and social workers
Speaker: Sophia Jacobson
Sophia J. Jacobson is currently an Assistant Professor in the American Indian Studies Department at Augsburg College. Professor Jacobson has her Masterâ€™s of Education and her Education Specialist Degrees from the University of St. Thomas and is ABD at St. Thomas University with her Doctorate of Education. Jacobson has been teaching the American Indian Spirituality (along with other American Indian Studies courses) at Augsburg College for more then ten years. She is a member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, White Earth Reservation, Pillager Band and she stays connected to her Indigenous culture and broadens her experience with numerous other tribes both nationally and internationally.
For more information about our spiritual care education sessions please contact:
Kelly Klund, Director of Community Relations
Buddhism – September 16th
Islam – Date to be determined
Judaism – Date to be determined
The Augustana Health Care Center of Minneapolis is a 289 bed skilled nursing facility with 52 TCU beds, 2 specialty dementia units and traditional long-term care. We are located at 1007 E 14th Minneapolis Minnesota 55404.