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Join our
Seasons of Hope Grief Support Group

The Journey of Grief and Healing

Thursdays @ 6:30-8pm

3rd Floor of our parish office

Seasons of Hope will meet Thursday evenings on Sept. 14 and 28; October 5, 12 , 19, and 26 in the meeting room on 3rd floor of the Parish office. (Elevator is available)

 

Any Christian mourning the loss of a love one is encouraged to attend and to bring a guest. Meeting is from 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Bring a bible, if desired.

Our Lord assured us that those who mourn are blessed, and they shall be comforted. Seasons of Hope offers the  bereaved an opportunity to come together to share in God’s love. With the support of the faith  community, we can give voice to our unique journeys of grief and find healing and spiritual growth. Seasons of Hope sessions help us explore mourning through scripture, prayer, reflection activities and faith sharing.

 

Seasons of Hope is centered on Jesus Christ and grounded in the healing wisdom, traditions, and practices of the Catholic Church.

Each year, many families face the loss of loved ones who are members of the parish. Our Catholic tradition provides funeral support and Seasons of Hope can carry that caring spirit into the difficult period that follows when grief can overwhelm. It also serves those who mourn loved ones from outside our parish community. They too may feel isolated, empty, and  broken-hearted.

 

For those searching for hope, a Seasons of Hope group is a      nurturing link to the Church, the Almighty, and other people of faith who are also mourning.

 

Come and be comforted.

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For more info or to register, please contact:

 

-Diane Beitel  740-803-3111

-Kathy Mills 614-582-1936, biemil51@gmail.com

-Mary Sedlacek 614-332-9971, ricksedlacek@msn.com

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A Christ-centered support group is for you if any of these are true:

You are looking for friends in Christ to share your journey of sorrow.

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You’ve been trying to figure out the meaning of your grief.

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You want to get on with life but have not been able to.

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You find comfort in the teaching of Christ.

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You are open to new ways of coping with your grief.

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You don’t want to feel alone anymore.

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