Offered in the Fall and Spring. This is an eight-week series that offers hope even through the grief of losing a loved one. The group offers a safe place to share your own journey with grief and to learn from others. We learn to let others into our struggle and to enter gently into theirs, to take strength and to give it.
Contact: Kathleen Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Support Group: Good Grief
Meets once a month on the second Wednesday of each month at 10:00am. We offer support and share ways to deal with the grief of a loved one whether it is the death of a child, a spouse, a parent, a sibling or a friend. Grief is hard work. Take this opportunity, join a group and share your grief experience and receive support.
Contact: Marsha Riley at email@example.com
Stephen Ministers are volunteers who offer confidential Christian care to those who seek prayerful, emotional support to deal with stress, grief, life transitions or other concerns. They offer empathetic listening, unconditional positive regard, and other resources and referrals as needed. St. Francis’ Stephen Ministry is part of a worldwide caregiving network.
- How do I receive care through Stephen Ministry
If you would like to receive pastoral care from a Stephen Minister, please contact Kathleen Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org
- How could I become a Stephen Minister?
Stephen Ministers commit to 50 hours of initial training. After that, ministers take part in ongoing supervision and education twice a month during a two-year ministry commitment. If you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister please complete the application form.
Completed forms can be deposited into the gold mailbox on the wall by the receptionists desk addressed to Kathleen Owen or print and then scan your form and email it to Kathleen Owen at email@example.com