workshops and seminars
"From Grief to New Hope" Eight Week Workshop
Or, at times like you might be going crazy?
Have you felt all alone with your grief?
And you’re riding an emotional roller coaster?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, consider attending the “From Grief to New Hope” Eight Week Workshop. Participating in this workshop will provide you with an opportunity to share with others in a supportive environment and learn how to deal with the emotions of grief. Being able to recognize what “normal” grief feels like and sharing your grief story with others who understand can help you work through the pain of grief and begin to find hope.
This workshop is offered twice per year, in the Spring and Fall, on Monday evenings. The next workshop begins September 19, 2022 and runs through November 14, 2022, and will be offered in person and virtually on Zoom. There will not be a workshop on October 31st. There is no cost to attend.
Please register in advance for the in-person workshop here:
OR for the virtual workshop here:
"Beginning the Grief Journey" Seminar
The “Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey, and is a great first step for those grieving the loss of a loved one. If you have been left feeling lost or overwhelmed after a loss, we encourage you to join us for this seminar. The “Beginning the Grief Journey” is offered in the Winter and Summer. The next seminar is on Monday, August 22nd, and will be offered virtually and at Ward Church Please register here:
"Hope for the Holidays" Seminar
Grief is hard, and special days and holidays seem to make it harder. This seminar, scheduled for November 19, at Ward Church, addresses the sadness, stress, and anxiety that can come up during this season for those of us who have lost a loved one. Our hope is to help you answer the question, “What can I do to navigate the upcoming holiday season?” You can expect to leave this seminar with practical tools, and stories from others who have experiences loss and found Hope for the Holidays.