The profound loss of a loved one or close friend often feels like an insurmountable life obstacle. Navigating that loss is often made more difficult when support opportunities are not available. St. Luke’s has realized the need and partnered with the Grief Share program which is exactly what the name implies. Sharing in a small group of supportive, caring, and loving individuals allows for emotions to be freely and safely expressed. The Grief is real; the road can be long but the journey toward healing is possible. Healing from your grief is not easy. It’s a long, painful process.
GriefShare is a faith-based seminar and support group for people grieving the death of someone close, whether recent or past. Meeting once per week for 13 weeks, each group combines a video with confidential group discussion and a workbook designed for your personal reflection and journaling. The groups are facilitated by individuals who have been trained in the GriefShare group process and are there to help group members on their journey from “mourning to joy”.
St. Luke’s next group starts on Monday, January 30th, in room 204. St. Luke’s GriefShare program would be honored to be helpful on your journey toward recovery.
If you have additional questions, please contact the group coordinator Michele Stanley or 608-575-4317 by text message.