Have you experienced a significant loss? Join GriefShare.
What is GriefShare?
One of the ways KUMC ministers to those who have experienced the death of a loved one is to offer a support group with an emphasis on growing from mourning to joy. This group is called GriefShare, and is a 13 week journey for hope and healing in the midst of grief. We have been doing this program here at KUMC for many years and have found it to be very helpful to those who are grieving the loss of their loved one(s).
“Each of the people found something to keep them going.”
“I’m not alone in my feelings and what I’m experiencing.”
“There is hope!”
“Others have [the] same problems”
Whether you lost a loved one recently or years ago, the grieving process can be painful, complicated, and last longer than you anticipated.
We want you to know it’s okay for it to be difficult! You don’t have to go through it alone! The GriefShare program is for people JUST LIKE YOU as we all seek to cope and manage the moments together.
How you can participate
A new ONLINE class will begin on Mondays starting February 15th – May 17th, 2021 from 10:00am-12:00pm. If you would like to participate in this class, please register online at griefshare.org.
Loss of Spouse Seminar
This program was designed by the creators of the GriefShare program, and is a one-time seminar for those who have lost a spouse. The seminar will cover subjects such as grief, loneliness, anxiety, and will provide helpful advice on how to move forward. It is led by people who understand what you are going through and to help you during this difficult time in your life. There is no current date set for our next Loss of Spouse Seminar.
Surviving the Holidays Seminar
KUMC hosts an annual Surviving the Holidays Seminar during the winter. This one night seminar is for those who have lost a loved one to help prepare you as you face the holiday season. It is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help during this difficult time of the year.
Surviving the Holidays is held in November. Details for the 2021 seminar will be forthcoming.