Social Life is the young adult ministry of Cape Cod Church, designed for people ages 18-30. We want to create:
- Engaging spaces for spiritual growth and exploration
- Meaningful social activities that deepen relationships
- Opportunities to better the world together, and
- Programs that serve the particular needs of our generation!
In other words, we’re here to help you find a full life. Let’s reimagine what a thriving ‘social life’ looks like!
“Despair, Resiliency, and Hope: Understanding and Navigating Depression After COVID-19”
Sunday, April 25 | 7-8:30pm | Register HERE
We all experience ups and downs in life. But since COVID-19 arrived, we’ve felt those lows more intensely… and many of us have lost hope. In light of the unique challenges the pandemic has posed, this talk will explore various types of depression, its causes, and possible treatments. Dr. James Manganello (PhD, MPH, BCETS) will explain how recovery is possible, and why we can still have hope for the future.
Join us in person or online for this lecture and Q&A! This event is hosted by Social Life, for all ages. Interested in helping host? Sign up to volunteer here.
Dr. James A Manganello (PhD Boston University, MPH Harvard University, Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress) has over 40 years of experience providing psychological therapy to multigenerational/multicultural families and individuals. He studied at Boston University and Harvard University, and was clinical psychology intern and clinical and research fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital. His interests brought him to additional studies in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and understanding emotional traumatic stress.
Dr. Manganello has a wide range of consulting experiences to psychiatric institutions within Massachusetts, Geneva Switzerland (WHO and UN), the Baltic Nations and the Bahamas.
Spring Small Group | Mondays | 7-8:30pm | Register HERE
This spring we have a small group for young adults, ages 18-30(ish)! We hang out (social distance), eat snacks, and talk about faith. Our first meeting of the new semester is Monday, April 12!
Everyone is welcome, no matter where you’re at in your spiritual journey.
Interested in joining us from college? Got you covered on Zoom.