Faith & Grief Workshop

Faith & Grief workshop is led by grief support experts who have experienced grief themselves and really “get grief.” The workshop explores sacred stories related to grief, presentations on the nature and dynamics of grief, and small group discussions. Spiritual practices are introduced and designed to promote comfort for your grief journey. The multi-session workshops are hosted online and in-person.

Online Workshop Starts Wednesday, April 7th, 6-8 pm
Sponsored by St. Michael’s and All Angels, Dallas
Eight Sessions – April 7th-May 26, 2021
Led by Regina Hunt 
You will receive the Zoom information in your confirmation email & your workbook by mail. 

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Workshop Sessions

Session One – The Healing Power of Story
We explore ways to begin telling your grief story and the spiritual practice of breath meditation..

Session Two – How Grief Affects Us
We focus on how our feelings in grief affect us, the patterns of grief and explores the spiritual practice of journaling.

Session Three – Acknowledging the Feelings
We learn to acknowledge the feelings present in grief and explore spiritual practice of the labyrinth. 

Session Four – Continuing the Bond
You have the opportunity to share the stories of your loved one and we explore the use of memory in our grief.

Session Five – Compassion in Grief
We discuss the relationship between compassion and grief, specifically self-compassion. We explore the spiritual practice of the Prayer of Examen.

Session Six – Gift of Lament
We discuss the definition of lament and how to incorporate lament in your journey. We invite participants to create a lament as a spiritual practice in navigating their grief.

Session Seven – Your New World
We focus our discussion on your resilience and finding new meaning in life. We examine integrating activities that promote comfort in our grief journey and the healing prayer of the mandala.

Session Eight – Light in the Divine
This is an interactive commencement service of remembrance and celebration. We mark the end of our time together and celebrate the lives we are grieving.