April Faith Café to focus on the wellbeing and empowerment of Grandparents 

The Grandparents’ Faith Café will open again online on Tuesday 12 April.

The CGA is delighted to announce Tara Rafter as guest speaker. She will speak on the theme of ‘The wellbeing and empowerment of Grandparents in a post-pandemic world’.

Tara Rafter is an award winning Life Coach, Life Coach Trainer, Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner, Author and Speaker.

Commenting ahead of the April Faith Café, Catherine Wiley, CGA Founder said, “I am very much looking forward to welcoming Tara to our April Faith Café. As Grandparents we tend to spend a lot of time on others. We give so much of our time and our energies away and so at this month’s Faith Café the CGA wants to offer some ‘me time’ for Grandparents with an incredibly talented young woman who will share some thoughts and tips with us on wellbeing as well as some of her beautiful personal stories. Please come along on 12 April – I promise you that you do not want to miss this one!”

Self Registration option now available for the Faith Café

The April Faith Café is open now for self-registration. Please click on the link below to register in advance of the meeting. After you register you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link to join the meeting on 12 April. Please check your spam folder as well as your inbox. Please also check the exact time difference as there are some daylight saving time changes between now and 12 April.


If you have any queries about the Faith Café please email us on info@catholicgrandparentsassociation.com.