We each and all are impacted by the current mental health crisis in America. We either live with a diagnosed mental health disorder; or we occasionally experience a lesser degree of anxiety, stress or depression; or we are in relationship with someone who does. How do we best cope, help, and give hope as we discover anxiety in ourselves or others? When do we seek professional help? How does our faith inform and support us in the midst of difficult times and overwhelming emotions? Scripture invites us to seek help from God in prayer when we are anxious. Good advice! The Holy Spirit of God is a helper, an advocate, and a friend in times of trouble. And God often sends aid through others. When life is difficult, it's good to ask God - and others - for help. It's more than good... it's OK, it's healthy, and it's the right thing to do. On Sunday, August 14, as Union Chapel Indy continues the series, "Anxious for Nothing," The Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Chandler, pastoral counselor and therapist, will bring the message to help us understand when it's appropriate to seek professional help for our mental health concerns, how faith helps when we have anxiety and stress, and how we can be helpful friends when those around us are suffering. Join us in-person or online at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, August 14. Worship Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I_nDOkS4vw