Grief Group

“Think of your grief as a wilderness—a vast, inhospitable forest. You must journey through this wilderness. To find your way out, you must become acquainted with its terrain and learn to follow the sometimes hard-to-find trail that leads to healing. In the wilderness of your grief, the touchstones are your trail markers. They are the signs that let you know you are on the right path. When you learn to identify and rely on the touchstones, you will find your way to hope and healing.”  

Understanding your Grief by Alan Wolfelt

A seasonal ministry for those walking through grief. If you have experienced loss and are suffering, know that there can be hope and healing in these loving communities.  If you are in need of support, encouragement and understanding around the death of someone you love, please consider joining this group. One recent group participant expressed “this group provided a safe place to process my grief through the lens of faith with those who understand.” Perhaps this group could be helpful to you in your grief journey.

A Grief Group is currently running through May 15 and is closed to new members. If you are interested in joining the next group in the fall, contact Jane Stankiewicz 508-314-0827, jlstanky@comcast.net or Kathleen Barrett 508-308-4985, bkbarrett@verizon.net.
Other resources for those grieving: