Grief comes from a range of losses, small or large, some particularly acute in these challenging times. This two-hour workshop will offer a safe space for participants to acknowledge and express their own grief through a guided process of reflection and sharing. As a facilitator, Faith Nostbakken will assist participants in identifying their experiences of grief, past or present, lead them to sources of comfort, and offer them avenues of hope. This is a gentle, faith-based process meant to encourage people on a journey of healing through common movements of grief uniquely experienced by each person.
Monday February 8, (7:00 -9:00 pm) $25.00 #14176
Register by February 1
Faith Nostbakken is an experienced spiritual director and retreat facilitator. An ordained deacon and ecumenical officer in the Lutheran Church, she has graduate degrees in theology (MTS) and English Literature (PhD). She is a Grief Recovery Method specialist and continues training in this field, as well as pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree.