Because Kids Grieve Grief Day Camp
April 1, 2023, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM MST
1552 N. Crestmont Drive, Suite B, Meridian, Idaho 83642
The Southwestern Region of Because Kids Grieve is hosting a Grief Day Camp on April 1, 2023, from
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM MST at 1552 N. Crestmont Drive, Suite B, Meridian, Idaho 83642. Parent session is from
3:00 - 4:00 PM MST. This is a free event for children ages 6 -17 years old who have lost a loved one.
Day camp is FREE. Snacks and lunch are provided! It will be a good day for Summer Campers to
reconnect and experience a day together. The day will be filled with lots of activities and fun.
If you need more info or have questions, contact April at 208-318-8359 or Cheryl at 208-409-6680.
Register by email at email@example.com, or at www.becausekidsgrieve.org
Good Grief's Live Your Grief Workshop
Saturday, April 29, 2023 from 1:00 - 3:00 PM MST
True North Yoga - 1512 N. 10th Street, Boise, ID 83702
Join Good Grief in navigating the different dimensions of grief through holistic modalities, mindfulness
techniques, connection with community and a relaxing group meditation Reiki session.
A guest is included with registration for additional support.
Register at https://www.truenorthyoga.co/workshops/
Grieve Well: Understanding Grief Webinar
Monday, April 3, 2023 or May 8, 2023 at 7:00 PM EST
Join the interactive “Grieve Well: Understanding Grief" webinar for FREE on either Monday, April 3, 2023
or May 8, 2023 at 7:00 PM EST. Did you know that there are healthy ways to grieve? The first step is to
understand this painful but important part of life. During this presentation from GrieveWell you will learn
about grief and the effects it has on one’s physical and emotional health. You will receive information and
resources to help you move through your grief journey in a way that leads toward healing. This presentation
is for those who are mourning the death of a loved one, those supporting someone who is grieving,
or for those who want more information about grief.
Register for Grieve Well webinars at www.GrieveWell.com/calendar
3rd Annual Grief Summit 2023 from PESI
April 13-14, 2023
After years besieged by death, loss, and uncertainty, there is no “return to normal,” – making grief counseling crucial for all therapists. It all adds up, overwhelming us and making grief harder to process, leading to prolonged grief, anxiety, depression, etc. The 3rd Annual Grief Summit 2023 from PESI is the premier virtual event for healing professionals working with grief and loss. Get the support you need to treat and walk alongside the grieving in today’s destabilizing world at the Grief Summit on April 13-14, 2023. At PESI, they believe this training is so essential they are including their GCP certification at no additional cost to you! Complete the on-demand bonus training after the event, and your application is FREE (a $99.99 value). Whether you’re a psychotherapist, social worker, hospice worker, or anyone in the helping professions, this is your chance to feel more prepared
than ever to counsel, treat and walk alongside the grieving, regardless of if you’re just starting or have years of experience. Join world-renowned experts Megan Devine, Claire Bidwell Smith, Litsa Williams, and 5 of PESI’s
most requested trainers for the ultimate online experience for professionals guiding clients through the grieving process. Can’t attend live? Register anyway and get 30 days of unlimited replays!
Register to attend at https://tinyurl.com/PesiGriefSummit2023
American Association for Suicidology's Healing After Suicide Loss Summit - 19 Apr 2023Read Now
American Association for Suicidology's Healing After Suicide Loss Summit
Wednesday, April 19th, from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm PST
American Association for Suicidology (AAS) is excited to announce its Healing After Suicide Loss Summit,
which will be live-streamed and in-person for registered attendees on Wednesday, April 19th, from 1:00 pm
to 6:00 pm PST. The Healing After Suicide Loss Summit precedes AAS23, their 56th Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon, from April 19–22! The Summit sets out to offer hope, a sense of community, and tangible tools for those impacted by suicide loss, as well for care providers who work within this community. Suicide loss survivors are welcome to join in person or online through live stream to take part in the day. There is a $50 registration fee.
A collective of fellow loss survivors, professionals in the field, and those with lived expertise are planning to provide a healing, hopeful day that intends to assist anyone at any point in their loss journey.
Register at www.theeventregistration.com/aas23/2650799
Conscious Grief Series 4: FREE interview series - March 11th - 24, 2023Read Now
Conscious Grief Series 4: FREE interview series
March 11th - 24, 2023
Tara Nash has interviewed individuals who have experienced bereavement from spouses, parents, children,
and siblings. There are specific interviews about suicide loss and the complexity of this bereavement.
Each speaker shares their experience and what has helped them, ranging from therapy, creativity, reiki,
nutrition, rituals, yoga and spirituality. This series explores ALL kinds of grief because loss comes in many
different forms – from death to relationships to dementia, to aging, getting sober, losing jobs and so on. This
is why I have organized this free event, so that YOU can have a guide on how to navigate grief consciously.
We have all experienced some form of loss and I believe that if we grieve consciously, we will be healthier,
happier, and more connected human beings. In this series you will hear personal stories from 21 experts
ranging from coaches, therapists, authors, mediums and many more. They will share their experience of how
they navigated this hard process we call GRIEF. There will also be free gifts from many of the speakers, so
do not miss out on tools to help you while you grieve. Are you ready to join the conscious grief movement?
To get access to this free event register at https://www.consciousgriefseries.com/
8-week Mindfulness-Based Grief Support Group for Women,Hosted By Clear Mourning - Starting April 2023Read Now
8-week Mindfulness-Based Grief Support Group for Women,
Hosted By Clear Mourning
If you're in the Bend, Oregon area and are looking for a supportive community to navigate your grief, Clear Mourning invites you to join their upcoming 8-week Mindfulness-Based Grief Support Group for Women, beginning on April 10, 2023.
Led by experienced facilitators, the group provides a safe space to
share and process your emotions with others who understand.
Register now on the Clear Mourning website at www.clearmourning.org
Survivors of Murder-Suicide Support Group for residents of Florida and Georgia - Starting April 2023Read Now
Survivors of Murder-Suicide Support Group for residents of Florida and Georgia
Starting April 2023
No one should have to suffer the violent loss of a loved one alone. The Georgia Commission on Family
Violence is hosting a Survivors of Murder-Suicide Support Group for residents of Florida and Georgia starting
in April 2023. If you have lost a loved one to the tragedy of murder-suicide this is a supportive network for assistance to help cope with your grief. The closed group is free to attend and led by a licensed clinician.
The group will run for 10 sessions and will meet virtually for your convenience. Register today for a
confidential pre-screening meeting with a licensed clinician to see if joining this support group is right for you.
This group is only available to survivors residing in Georgia and Florida at this time.
Visit www.gcfv.ga.gov/ssms for more info and additional referrals to clinicians trained in grief support.
The Connection Between Grief and Trauma - FREE Webinar
February 21, 2023 at 4:00 PM PT/ 7:00 PM ET
Join grief expert David Kessler for a free LIVE webinar with Psychiatrist and trauma expert,
Frank Anderson, MD on Tuesday, February 21st at 4:00 PM PT/ 7:00 PM ET.
Together, they'll explore:
- Understanding the complexities and reach of trauma
- How does trauma impact and inform our grief?
- How might grief re-activate trauma?
- How does trauma show up in our lives and impact our healing?
- How to emerge from the double impact of grief and trauma.
- What does healing look like?
- When is grief considered traumatic?
They would love to have you join them live and will also send a replay to everyone who registers.
Register at: https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/grief-trauma-connection
Art Your Grief Classes with Emily Dilbeck
Art Your Grief classes are for grievers. Grief comes in many different forms - this class is for anyone experiencing grief - it might be a diagnosis, a death, a relationship, job loss, a dream, a home, etc. All grievers are welcome. No art experience is needed to take an Art Your Grief class. All you need is to bring yourself and be willing to show up and try painting, drawing and collage to process your grief. Explore and express your grief using art on Zoom in a safe space with other grievers. Emily will be walking you through different prompts with basic art supplies (watercolor, colored pencils, collage - nothing fancy) to help you connect
with your grief while creating. The goal is not to create beautiful art (although sometimes this happens),
the focus is on your grief and having a designated safe space to connect and express your grief using color, texture, and movement. Art is a powerful tool to express and explore grief. There is something beautiful
that happens when we sit with it all - even if it’s extremely difficult to do.
Next class series - February 2023:
This time of year can be especially difficult for those grieving. If you are wanting some extra support
and care during this time - please consider joining the month long class for January 2023.
Sunday classes are Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26 (4 meetings) from 3:30-4:45 pm PT/ 5:30-6:45 pm CT on zoom - $120
Tuesday classes are Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 (4 meetings) from 6:30-7:45 pm PT / 8:30-9:45 pm CT on zoom - $120
Wednesday classes are Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22 (4 meetings) from 8:30-9:45 am PT / 10:30-11:45 am CT on zoom - $120
Saturday one time workshop Feb 25, 5-6:15 pm PT / 7-8:15 pm CT on zoom- $36
The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening
(or you can continue creating). Please message Emily on Instagram to sign up. She only takes
a handful of participants each month as keeping it small and intimate is important.
Emily will walk you through several prompts/techniques to help you express and explore grief with art.
NO art skills are necessary!
Private Sessions: You can schedule private Art Your Grief sessions, an hour class is $65.
Buddy Sessions: You can schedule buddy sessions of Art Your Grief for 2-4 people. An hour buddy session
for 2 people is $45 per person, 3 people is $40 per person, 4 people is $35 per person.
Private Class: You can schedule a private class for 5-7 people for 4 sessions of 75 minutes each for
$120 a person. The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening.
If a weekly placeholder to touch your grief using art in a safe & loving community of
grievers sounds like a good fit for you, please reach out to Emily.
For more information, check out the Art Your Grief Instagram page.
The highlight titled “Class Info.” has all the details.
Please message Emily on Instagram is you have questions or want to register for a class.
For more information visit: https://www.emilydilbeck.com/art-your-grief
Safe Crossings Foundation & Seattle Children's Journey Program Virtual Grief Group For Young AdultsRead Now
Safe Crossings Foundation & Seattle Children's Journey Program Virtual Grief Group For Young Adults
Third Thursday of the Month
Calling all young adults who are looking for a grief support group: Safe Crossings Foundation's program
partner, Seattle Children's Journey Program, is offering a FREE virtual grief group for young adults, ages 18- 25,
who have experienced the death of a person in their family, community, or someone they cared about.
The support group will provide a courageous space for young adults to connect, process, and cope with
their grief each third Thursday of the month.
If you are interested in learning more about this group or joining, please contact Emily Beauchemin at
Seattle Children’s at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206-987-2062.
Sibling Loss Grief Support Group
Wednesdays, March 1st - April 15th, 2023, via Zoom from 6:30 - 7:30 PM CST
For children/teens, ages 7 - 18, who are missing their beloved sibling, Brighter Days Family Grief Center offers
this beautiful 6-week virtual support group opportunity created especially for them. The group will meet on Wednesdays, March 1st - April 15th, via Zoom from 6:30 - 7:30 PM CST. Join a safe space to meet others who understand while participating in meaningful discussion and activities that allow for healing and HOPE.
This is open to Minnesota youth first but they are happy to take names for their waitlist in case there
is space available for those outside of Minnesota.
For questions/registration, contact email@example.com or visit www.brighterdaysgriefcenter.org/
Construction Working Minds Summit: A Holistic Approach To Job-Site Safety
Register soon as the EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS on January 27th!
Pre-conference Sessions: Monday, March 27th, 2023
Summit: Tuesday-Wednesday, March 28-29, 2023
Kansas City, Missouri at the Westin Kansas City at Crown Center
Construction Working Minds Summit: A Holistic Approach To Job-Site Safety will be hosted
by the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention & United Suicide Survivors International
from March 27-29, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri.
The goals of the summit are:
1. To connect the dots among other wellbeing, health and safety priorities
and mental health (e.g., DEI, physical health, etc.)
2. To share lessons learned in building industry capacity and scaling implementation
3. To strengthen strategic alliances across the movement and establish collaborative partnerships
Who: All advocates for construction workers well-being
What: Speakers Roundtable Discussions, Case Studies, Best Practices, and more!
How Much: With Early Bird Discount - $100, After Early Bird - $150
Where: Westin Kansas City at Crown Center (downtown), 1 E Pershing Rd, Kansas City, MO 64108
For discounted rates, book by February 28th.
Register for the summit at: https://www.constructionworkingminds.org/summit
Michelle Ann Collins - Book Release Party
Thursday, January 26th, 2023, at noon PST via Zoom
If you have lost a spouse or partner or are supporting someone who has lost a spouse or partner
to suicide, then you will want to grab copies of the new books by Michelle Ann Collins on the topic. Her books "Surviving Spouse or Partner Suicide: A Mindful Guide for Your Journey Through Grief" and "Supporting a Survivor of Spouse or Partner Suicide: A Mindful Guide for Co-Journeying Through Grief," will be available for purchase on Amazon starting on January 26, 2023. She has included her story and the tools and studies she used to move through her healing journey, including mindfulness, meditation, and yoga. Since the death of Michelle's husband by suicide in April 2016, she has found a lot of meaning through writing. She took a long and winding road
getting to the meaning, including learning about grief, loss, and trauma and becoming a certified Grief Educator. Transforming her journey into service, she has written two books to help others navigate the difficult journey of losing a spouse or partner to suicide or supporting someone while they grieve such a loss. The books are meant to help those suffering from this loss and their supporters navigate this incredibly difficult healing journey. If you or someone you love has experienced spouse loss or partner loss to suicide, you will find comfort and support on your healing journey through these books. Please reach out to Michelle if you are a survivor of spouse/partner suicide loss or are supporting one. Please help her celebrate this accomplishment by attending the release party on Thursday, January 26th, 2023, at noon PST via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 9092923330
Learn more at https://inhabitjoy.com/books/
Purchase the books starting on the Jan 26th here:
Supporting a Survivor of Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: https://amzn.to/3Wyv3TW
Surviving Spouse or Partner Suicide Loss: https://amzn.to/3Jd5x3D
International Day of Hope and Healing After Loss
Monday, March 6, 2023, from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM PT
In need of a dose of hope? The International Day of Hope and Healing After Loss is a free online experience on Monday, March 6, 2023, from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM PT, brought to you by The Open
to Hope Foundation with the mission of helping people find hope after loss. Their mission is to
provide an uplifting day of hope and healing to those grieving the loss of a loved one. Their
expert presenters in the field of grief and loss are devoted to supporting the bereaved and
have generously donated their time, talents, and advice to share with you.
Topics Include: Long-term Complications for Children and Teens, Afterlife, How We Go On,
Self-Compassion and The Path Forward, Parent Loss, Child Loss, Connection, Partner Loss,
"Listen, World!” Empowering Lessons in Grief From a Woman Writer Born 100 Years Ago,
Sibling Loss, and more. They look forward to spending this special day with you; if you’ve
lost hope, lean on theirs until you find your own.
Register for FREE at www.opentohope.com/conference/
Kevin’s Song 7th Annual Conference on Suicide: Building Roads to a Better Tomorrow - Jan 26 - 28, 2023Read Now
Kevin’s Song 7th Annual Conference on Suicide: Building Roads to a Better Tomorrow
Michigan’s largest conference on suicide — the Kevin’s Song 7th Annual Conference on Suicide: Building Roads to a Better Tomorrow — announced that registration is now open for the widely respected event that features a prestigious roster of leading experts in the field of suicide. Presented by The Dolores and Paul Lavins Foundation, The Children’s Foundation and the Joseph J. Laurencelle Memorial Foundation, the conference will be produced by Detroit Public Television and returns to an in-person format January 26 – 28, 2023 at the St. John’s Resort located at 44045 Five Mile Rd. in Plymouth, MI. The three-day conference will bring together more than 400 educators, mental health professionals, professional trainees and students, business and community leaders as well as members of the public, survivors of suicide loss, and attempt survivors. It will address suicide as a public health crisis to better understand and prevent suicide while helping to build pathways to better models of prevention and treatment in order to save lives. A prestigious roster of leading mental health professionals, educators, and experts in the field of suicide will participate in this three-day summit to offer explore new and innovative approaches to suicide prevention. Early bird pricing through January 15, 2023. Online Registration CLOSES January 20, 2023.
After January 20th, registration will be available ONLY at the door on conference days.
Learn more at the link in bio @kevins_song or at https://kevinssong.org/conference/
Grief Ritual FREE Online Event with Dr. Florie Wild
Saturday, January 21, 2023 at 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM PST
Join Dr. Florie Wild for this online community grief ritual using story telling, song, experiential exercises and ritual to release grief to allow for more joy and creativity. Previous participants have reported a greater sense of peace, meaning, support and belonging, as well as a greater fire to live their purpose with less fear of judgment.
Anyone anywhere can join and all kinds of grief are welcome. A link will be sent to you usually within 48 hours
of registration. Check your Junk Email box. Registration ends 9:00 AM PST on 1/21/23.
Register at https://drfloriewild.com/community-grief-ritual/
Please share with anyone who could benefit.
Connection is the Cure - FREE Concert
All are invited to Connection is the Cure at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa Idaho on January 15 , 2023.
Doors & resource booths open at 5:00 PM and the onstage event is from 6:30 - 8:30 PM.
Get ready for a night of healing, connection and hope as Ben Fuller and several outstanding speakers share
their passion, their experiences and ignite a fire of hope and resiliency in all of us. While you may not personally struggle with addiction or mental illness, chances are someone close to you does. Connection Is the Cure has set
out to create a concert that will focus on prevention and equip you with tools to overcome obstacles but also
offer hope to those that suffer. Connection Is the Cure aims to normalize and encourage ongoing conversations about mental health, addiction recovery and suicide awareness.
This is a FREE concert for youth and adults. No ticket required!
Help spread the word by sharing this post! Invite your friends and family.
Follow @connection_isthe_cure on Instagram for updates!
Learn more or volunteer to help at www.connectionisthecureidaho.org
Boise Death Café - 10 JAn 2023Read Now
Boise Death Café
January 10, 2023, at 6:00 PM MST
Boise Public Library in Collister Center (4724 W State St, Boise, ID 83703)
The Boise Death Café provides an opportunity for an open conversation about death. Facilitators will guide
the process. You are invited to join the conversation and bring your curiosity, your interest, and your experiences. All are welcome and invited to participate! Free to attend and no registration required. Cookies
and tea will be served! The next meeting of the Boise Death Cafe will be on January 10, 2023, at 6:00 PM
at the Boise Public Library in Collister Center (4724 W State St, Boise, ID 83703).
For more in the international Death Cafe movement visit www.deathcafe.com
For specific questions for the facilitators of this event in Boise email firstname.lastname@example.org
December 26, 2022 to January 1, 2023
Kwanzaa is a seven-day, non-religious celebration honoring African heritage in African American culture and takes place from December 26th to January 1st. The name Kwanzaa comes from the Swahili phrase matunda ya kwanza, meaning "first fruits of the harvest." During the week of Kwanzaa, families and communities come together to share a feast, to honor the ancestors, affirm the bonds between them, and to celebrate African and African American culture. Each day they light a candle to highlight the principle of that day and to breathe meaning into the principles with various activities, such as reciting the sayings or writings of great black thinkers and writers, reciting original poetry, African drumming, and sharing a meal of African diaspora-inspired foods. The table is decorated with the essential symbols of Kwanzaa. All Seven Principles of Kwanzaa are inspiring, uplifting, positive, and centered on traditions of the African harvest season.
1. Umoja: Unity - To strive for and maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
2. Kujichagulia: Self-Determination - To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves,
and speak for ourselves.
3. Ujima: Collective Work and Responsibility - To build and maintain our community together and make
our brothers' and sisters' problems our problems and solve them together.
4. Ujamaa: Cooperative Economics - To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses
and to profit from them together.
5. Nia: Purpose - To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order
to restore our people to their traditional greatness.
6. Kuumba: Creativity - To always do as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our
community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
7. Imani: Faith - To believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders,
and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.
Let the light of Kwanzaa bring peace to your heart & home.
Healing Through the Holidays After Suicide Loss:Tips For Navigating The Holiday Season Your Way - Video ReplayRead Now
Healing Through the Holidays After Suicide Loss:
Tips For Navigating The Holiday Season Your Way
This video interview is hosted by Carolin Brookings, a suicide bereavement coach, and
features her interview with Sara J. Cobb, founder of My Grief Connection
Key Points From This Chat:
- Find out how you can go through the Holiday season without your person
- Understand how you can honor yourself and what your self-care routine can
look like during the Holidays
- Hear tips to help you navigate the festive period while you're grieving
Caro Brookings is a Certified NeuroCoach and suicide bereavement coach. She uses brain-based, science-backed methods, as well as drawing from her vast experience, to support her clients in finding inner peace and
even joy again - for good. Connect with Caro at https://suicidebereavementcoaching.com/
Sara J. Cobb is the Founder of My Grief Connection, a hub of grief resources and a growing support community.
My Grief Connection aims to empower grievers to find resources, connect to community, and grow hope, by
guiding them toward their personal healing path. Sara felt called to connect fellow grievers with resources to
find hope and healing after loss following the tragic deaths of her two older brothers, 43 years apart – one by
a freak accident and one in a murder-suicide. In the fall of 2021, she returned to university to pursue a Master's
of Science in Counseling Education with a focus on Clinical Mental Health Counseling in grief, crisis, and trauma. Sara is also the co-leader of a virtual support group for survivors of murder-suicide loss.
Connect with Sara at https://www.mygriefconnection.org/
Feel free to share the video link with anyone you think will benefit from watching it:
The Longest Night Service
Tree City Church, 3852 N. Eagle Rd., Boise, ID 83713
Wednesday, December 21, 2022, at 7:00 PM MST
The constant refrains we see about the holiday season's happiness, and getting together with family and
friends, remind many people of what they have lost. So often, the glow of Christmas lights, holiday cheer, and Advent candles can feel unreachable to those surrounded by loss or grief. The death of a loved one can make us
feel alone amid the celebration and joy. We need the space and time to acknowledge our sadness; we need to
know that we are not alone.If you haven't heard of it before, Blue Christmas is sometimes called The Longest
Night in the Western Christian tradition. This service is traditionally held on or near the longest night of the
year, December 21st, the Winter Solstice. It honors people who have lost loved ones and are experiencing grief
or loss of any kind. Usually, it includes opportunities for expressing grief, pain, and lament, as well as a
chance to focus on the promise of hope. This service is a safe space for those who are struggling to feel the joy
and light of this holiday season due to the loss of any kind. This service is not intended to be a healing service,
but an acknowledgment of the hole grief leaves in one's heart while simultaneously remembering that we
worship a God who is with us, even in the darkest of times and longest of nights. For those in the Boise, Idaho
area, you are invited to join Tree City Church (3852 N. Eagle Rd., Boise, ID 83713) for their Longest Night
service on December 21, 2022, at 7:00 PM MST. Kids ministry will be available for ages birth thru grade 4.
Learn more here: https://treecitychurch.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1503744
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group
NAMI Wood River Valley is offering a virtual Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group on the
First Tuesday Every Month, 5:30 - 6:30 PM MST.
Zoom Code: 831 8174 7084
The Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group is a judgment-free, safe space for those who are mourning
the loss of a loved one to suicide. Participants have the opportunity to meet and engage with other
Survivors, share their stories, and integrate grief as part of their daily life.
For more info, visit: www.namiwrv.org
Candlelight Service of Remembrance with Kara Grief
December 8, 2022. at 7:00 PM PST
All are invited to join Kara Grief for a meaningful evening of remembrance where personal sharing on the themes
of Memory, Hope, Love, Courage and Community come together with live music and culminate in a special candle lighting ceremony to honor loved ones who have died. For those joining online, please feel free to use a standard
or electronic candle as part of the closing ceremony. This hybrid service is open to all. The Candlelight Service
of Remembrance service will take place at First Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto, CA (1140 Cowper Street.)
December 8, 2022. at 7:00 PM PST and will be Live-Streamed via Zoom. This hybrid service is open to all.
Register to attend the Live-Stream at: https://kara-grief.org/events/2022-candlelight-service-of-remembrance/
Handling the Holidays FREE Virtual Online Gathering
Tuesday, December 13, 2022, at 7:30 PM CST
Grieving? Wondering how to handle the holidays? Join the folks at Faith & Grief Ministries for their virtual "Handling the Holidays" online grief support gathering. Please share and invite family and friends to join
in these discussions. Support gatherings are offered at no cost to participants.
RSVP at the link in bio @faithandgrief or at: https://www.faithandgrief.org/events/
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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