Witness Talk at St. Simon’s Church, Temagami, ON, Nov 2017

Posted On: November 12, 2017

A three-inch overnight snowfall covered North Bay this morning. Our 65-mile drive north to Temagami took us through a very scenic northern boreal forest landscape of snow-draped evergreens. The fifteen worshipers filled the tiny sanctuary of St. Simon’s Anglican Church where Tom’s wife, Rev. Beth Hewson, is the priest. Here is what Tom said in his “witness talk:”   Growing…

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Witness Talk at St. John the Divine, North Bay, ON, Nov 26, 2017

Posted On: November 3, 2017

Witness Talk in North Bay, Ontario   Tom Zink will present a “witness talk” about his memoir, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace, at St. John the Divine Anglican Church in North Bay, Ontario, on Sunday morning, November 26, 2017. Tom’s talk is a brief tour of the narrative of his book. He relates the steps in his journey…

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Local Authors’ Night & Book Fair, South River, Nov 18

Posted On: November 3, 2017

Local Authors’ Night and Book Fair   Tom will be one of a half dozen local authors at the Local Authors’ Night & Book Fair on Saturday evening, November 18, 2017. This special event takes place at the Highlander Brewing Company, 309B Highway 124 in South River from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The authors–Peggy Smith, Dr. Chuck Lockton, Steve Pitt,…

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Witness Talk at St. Simon’s, Temagami, ON, Nov 12, 2017

Posted On: October 31, 2017

Witness Talk in Temagami, Ontario   Tom Zink will present a “witness talk” about his memoir, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace, at St. Simon’s Anglican Church in Temagami, Ontario, on Sunday morning, November 12, 2017. Tom’s talk is a brief tour of the narrative of his book. He relates the steps in his journey of healing after the…

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Tom Zink’s Author Talk in Chicago, September 24

Posted On: September 10, 2017

Tom will present an Author Talk about his book, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace, at LaSalle Street Church in Chicago on Sunday, September 24, 2017. Judi Zink, Tom’s sister, is hosting the event, following the 11:00 a.m. service. Lunch will be provided. The church is located at 1136 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60610. Announcement in the church’s newsletter,…

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Tom Zink returns on Sept 22 to Lutheran West to talk about his memoir

Posted On: September 8, 2017

“Lunch and Learn” with Tom Zink on Lutheran West Homecoming weekend Tom returns to his high school alma mater on Friday, September 22, 2017, to talk about his book, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace. The “Lunch and Learn” program ($12 per person) begins at 11:00 a.m. at Lutheran High School West (LHSW) in Rocky River, Ohio. Tom’s brother…

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Author Talk at North Bay Regional Health Centre, August 30

Posted On: August 18, 2017

National Grief Awareness Day, August 30 Tom will present an “author talk” as part of the North Bay Regional Health Centre‘s observance of National Grief Awareness Day on Wednesday, August 30.  A memorial service for families who have lost a loved one in the past year precedes the author talk. The hospital’s Chaplaincy Department is sponsoring these two events. Celebration…

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Tom Zink’s Author Talk at North Bay Public Library, May 16

Posted On: June 21, 2017

North Bay Public Library reading More than 40 people came out to the North Bay Public Library on Tuesday night, May 16, to hear Tom talk about and read selections from his new book, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace. Tom’s talk was a brief tour of the narrative in the book. He highlighted this by reading scenes that…

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Witness Talk at Christ Church Anglican, North Bay, ON, May 2017

Posted On: May 7, 2017

Tom gave a “witness talk” at his home church, Christ Church Anglican, in North Bay, Ontario, on Sunday morning, May 7, 2017.  Here is the text of his talk: Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace I want to take you on a brief tour this morning through my book, Seasoned: A Memoir of Grief and Grace. The “grief” relates…

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