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Wed, Jul 17

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Lessons from "The Office"

In this online event, Program Director, Doug Wysockey-Johnson will provide useful tools and use clips from "The Office" to inspire meaningful conversations about ways to strengthen our important relationships.

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Lessons from "The Office"
Lessons from "The Office"

Time & Location

Jul 17, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

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About The Event

Calling all fans of "The Office"! Or for that matter, anyone wanting to improve an important relationship in their life. With almost 30 awards (including Emmys and Golden Globes), "The Office" has only gained in popularity since it premiered in 2005 and ended in 2013. Sometimes cringy and hard to watch, "The Office" shows human relationships in an unvarnished and truthful way. The show is also funny and at times sweet, poignant and beautiful.  

Despite our many differences, we can still work together with humor, grace, and greater self-awareness. In this online event, Program Director, Doug Wysockey-Johnson will provide useful tools and use clips from "The Office" to inspire meaningful conversations about ways to strengthen our important relationships.  

“Why does such an awkward show have so much appeal? Perhaps because ‘The Office’ employs awkwardness as an invitation for viewers to choose compassion rather than contempt, even for its most embarrassing characters.” 

—John Larson, “A Theology of The Office”

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