This month, we have been sharing support and tools2thrive related to various types of grief and loss. It is also important to think about how we can help others on their grief journey. In her book, Doing Grief in Real Life: A Soulful Guide to Navigate Loss, Death and Change, Rev. Shea Darian offers a… Continue reading Responding Healer-to-Healer: Companionship Needs of the Grieving Elder
Do you remember as a child or youth being asked: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” For me back then, the question thrilled my young mind like a magical parable. Each time I heard it, I believed that whatever I could imagine as the best of all things to be, I… Continue reading What do you want to be when you grow up?
3 pm on Tuesday, December 21 in the sanctuary Blue? Yes, blue as in the blues. As in “I am feeling blue.” Not everyone is up and cheery for the Christmas holidays. Dealing with the death of a loved one, another type of grief or loss, facing life with cancer or some other dis-ease that… Continue reading Longest Night—Blue Christmas Service
Shea Darian, M.Div., invites you to join her for “something completely new and different: a ministry offering called Doing Grief in Real Life. This is NOT a grief class, and it is NOT a grief support group as you might know it. “It is an opportunity to explore what you know about yourself and your… Continue reading A Different Way of Doing Grief — Small-Group Sessions with Shea Darian
A new ministry program is being offered by Palms member Shea Darian, a grief educator and spiritual director who teaches holistic grieving as a life-skill to help you heal your grief – past, present and future. Whoever you are and no matter what types of losses you harbor, Shea offers a new way to think… Continue reading Doing Grief in Real Life: Ministry Program at Church of the Palms UCC
Fridays, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. September 6 through November 29 Expressing sympathy is always difficult, but all we can say is how sorry we are and want you to know we care. The journey of grief is a painful process, and you do not need to walk it alone. We would like to encourage you… Continue reading Grief Share