Workshops

Upcoming Workshops & Retreats

Faith & Grief workshops and retreats provide time and space to process personal grief in community with others. The workshops and retreats include the sacred stories that focus on grief, presentations on the nature and dynamics of grief, small group discussions, and spiritual practices designed to promote comfort. You may attend more than one because you may find comfort and helpful insights in each setting.

Faith & Grief Workshop
First United Methodist, Plano, TX
Begins Tuesday, September 10th
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

You are invited to join us for this six week workshop hosted by First United Methodist Church, Plano. The workshop meets Tuesdays beginning September 10th and runs through October 15th.

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Faith & Grief Workshop
St. Michael & All Angels, Dallas TX
Begins Wednesday, September 18th
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for this six week workshop hosted by St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas. The workshop meets Wednesdays beginning September 18th and runs through October 23rd.

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A Safe Place: Retreat for Bereaved Parents
Mo-Ranch, Hunt, TX
November 8-10, 2019
Begins Friday Evening

At A Safe Place, bereaved parents find a place to share their grief with others who have experienced the death of their child. The retreat is facilitated by other bereaved parents, professional counselors and ministers.

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Comfort & Hope for the Journey of Grief Retreat
Mo-Ranch, Hunt TX
February 2020

Mo-Ranch and Faith & Grief provide you with a safe venue to wrestle with the dynamics of grief and to experience significant measures of hope and encouragement.

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What people are saying… 

“I went not knowing what to expect. I went hoping to receive comfort but wasn’t certain I would. So, I was really surprised at what awaited me.
The facilitators were very well prepared. All had experienced losses of their own and had been able to take that terrible experience of loss and move forward. That was what I was looking for. How could I face the next 20 to 30 years that were looming ahead of me? The facilitators did not give answers or platitude. Instead, they talked about possibilities for now, for the next 20 years, for a new life. I am so blessed to have participated!” – Retreat Participant