Are you and your church interested in Walking the Mourner's Path?
We are beginning to schedule Facilitator Training Schools for the 2019 calendar year and are looking for churches that are willing to host the training school. This is a great way to train a number of facilitators and have us come to you!
Contact Catherine Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and begin planning.
Catherine and Susan are hosting a booth in the Exhibit Hall for the Weekend Marketplace -
July 6th - 9th. Booth #1136.
Stop by and say hello!
We are excited that Trinity Episcopal Church in Omaha NE will be hosting a Facilitator Training School August 16-18, 2018. These are new dates due to scheduling conflicts. Registration forms are available by clicking the Facilitator Training tab.
This article by Jane Brody is great and reflects current understanding on grieving.
We are pleased to announce that the dates have been set for the Facilitator Training School at Trinity Episcopal Church in Omaha NE. The school will be held June 21-23, 2018. Thank you to The Rev. Steven King for helping us bring the program to a new community!
Interested in becoming a Facilitator and offering the workshops in your community?
There are two upcoming Facilitator Training Schools:
- February 8-10 at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Desoto TX
- March 1-3 at Trinity Episcopal Church in New Orleans.
Go to the Facilitator Training page for registrations forms and more information.
The holiday season can be particularly difficult for those missing a loved one. At St. Anthony on the Desert a special tree is set aside to be adorned with cut-out stars. Individuals are invited to write names of their loved ones who have died on a star and place it on the tree. This simple tree allows for a place to remember and shines brightly during the Christmas Worship.
We have the following schools scheduled for 2018:
We are also planning schools in:
On this most holy All Souls Day, let us light a candle of remembrance of those we love whose souls have departed this earth. May God bring comfort to those who grieve and mourn this day. Amen