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Hope & Grief

Grief & Hope in the Unknown – a message from Co-Founder Wendy Fenn

As author Megan Devine puts it:  “The way we deal with grief in our culture is broken.” Many grew up conditioned to ignore even very deep griefs like the loss of one’s parent, so we learn to bury the very real feelings that need attention, on the hope that the feelings will go away with…
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2019 Annual Report

Bill of Rights for Grieving Children

As we find our footing with group meetings during the Covid-19 health issues, we are uploading content that would typically be distributed at the gatherings, workshops and retreats.

Community Grief

Community grief provides an opportunity to share love and hope with others. The focus is on our grief and our hope, not on other agendas. You can download this handout to share with those in your community.

Covid-19 Updates

Please join us online as we are hosting gatherings by video conferences, Fridays at Noon. Register Here In response to the COVID -19 recommendations, all of our Faith & Grief support programs are meeting online for the time being. We hope to return to in-person meetings by the Fall. Please check back here and with…
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Partners in Grief: Support After the Loss of Your Child

Partners in Grief Partners in grief – are you struggling to connect? In any relationship, there will be few events more difficult than the loss of a child. Your partner in grief is one of the best tools to have on your side during this experience. It is an entirely subjective and personal experience, too…
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Resilience says Try Gratitude

This is last post of the guest blog series on Resilience by Nancy McCranie. This series looks at resilience and explores self-care practices you can use. Be grateful for your life, every detail of it, and your face will come to shine like the sun, and everyone who sees it will be made calm and…
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Resilience, Can you Adapt?

To watch her navigate those extremely difficult days was inspirational and instructive.  She embodied the word resilient.

2018 Annual Report

The 2018 Annual report for Faith and Grief Ministries.

Q&A with Author Jane Williams

Ahead of our August 6 Evening of Comfort with Dr. Jane Williams, we had a few questions for the author. What strikes you most when people talk about the “healing power of story”? I think we have a natural affinity for stories. They give us a sense of continuity. With the death of someone who…
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