The virus and our need to create safe spaces has left many of us struggling to how to minister and serve those who are experiencing grief today. Our sacred ritual of gathering together in person to worship, celebrate, and share stories of loved ones who have died is being delayed. As faith communities have changed the way we worship, so too, will we need to change the way we minister. Many churches have in place tools and ministries that can be offered in a new way to the grieving. Look at new ways to offer them. Most of all, remember to keep in touch, phone calls, cards, FaceTime, Zoom are all examples of how we can show and share God's love to those struggling with grief .
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I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as Program Director of this amazing program. Here you will find the most current news about the program and trainings. Plus a few thoughts to help you minister to those who grieve in your faith communities. Blessings.