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After the funeral, when the cards and flowers have stopped coming, most of the people around you return to their normal lives. But your grief continues and you feel alone.
Often, friends and family want to help you, but don't know how. That’s the reason for GriefShare. Our group is led by caring people who have experienced grief and have successfully rebuilt their lives. We understand how you feel because we’ve been in the same place. We will walk with you on the long path through grief toward healing and hope for the future.
GriefShare is a network of 15,000+ churches worldwide equipped to offer grief support groups. The program is nondenominational and features biblical concepts for healing from your grief. Learn more about GriefShare at www.griefshare.org
What to Expect
GriefShare is a support group that meets weekly. You’ll find it to be a warm, caring environment and will come to see your group as an “oasis” on your long journey through grief. There are three key parts to your GriefShare Experience:
Weekly Seminar Topics Include:
When to Begin
You are welcome to begin attending a GriefShare group at any point. Each session is “self-contained,” so you do not have to attend in sequence. You will be able to pick up any session you missed in the next 13-week cycle.
Grief Share is now open for registration:
Buffalo Valley Church of Brethren in Mifflinburg is holding sessions Tuesdays 6:30 to 8 pm starting September 6, 2022 - November 29, 2022.
Christ Wesleyan Church in Milton is holding sessions on Wednesdays 6:30 to 8 pm from September 14, 2022 - December 7, 2022.
In-person GriefShare meetings have resumed. Masks and Social Distancing will be required. Virtual meetings are still available. If you have any questions regarding GriefShare, please contact Buffalo Valley Church of the Brethren at 570-966-1183.
If you would like to speak with someone about your grief journey, please contact:
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