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Community Grief Support Group

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Losing a loved one can be a traumatic and devastating time of life. That’s why our church family is committed to walking alongside people who need extra support in their time of grieving. Our church is equipped with trained leaders who have been through all of the emotions grief brings. We’d love to encourage and support you with the hope that is found in God’s mercy.

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Widowed? Help is here and hope is possible.


Do you dread the lonely days and nights? Wonder what to do with your spouse’s belongings? Feel like your brain is in a fog? Unsure of how you’ll go on? At a Loss of a Spouse you’ll discover that other people understand and have found ways to make it through, why it won’t always hurt so much, reasons for hope, and practical tips for coping with the death of a spouse.

One night support group and seminar.

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A support group to help you move through

the grief process


GriefShare is a safe, welcoming place where people understand the difficult emotions of grief. You’ll discover what to expect in the days ahead and what’s “normal” in grief. Since there are no neat, orderly stages of grief, you’ll learn helpful ways of coping with grief, in all its unpredictability—and gain solid support each step of the way.

Thirteen week support group and seminar.

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The holidays can be an especially difficult time for those grieving the loss of a loved one.


Surviving the Holidays focuses on dealing with grief during the holidays. Together we will discuss how to deal with emotions, what to do about traditions, helpful tips for surviving social events, and how to find hope for the future.

One night support group and seminar.

Find help and healing for the pain of grief.

Don't go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. GriefShare is a great resource for anyone who has lost a loved one.

This 13-week session includes video and small group discussion. Topics include varying emotions, challenges, the journey of grief, relationships, guilt and anger, heaven, and what do I live for now.


Video Seminars: Produced in an interesting format of short clips, the videos feature respected experts, pastors, counselors, and regular people who share their struggles and what has helped them.

Focused Discussion: Meet weekly with a compassionate group to discuss shared experiences, concepts from the videos and how they apply to our day-to-day life.

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Guided Personal Study: Work through common questions, process emotions and learn what the Bible says about grief-related topics through short daily reflections, journaling prompts and more in the workbook.

Questions - call (952) 955-3434 or email

GriefShare Weekly session topics
Each week we will watch a video. The GriefShare videos cover topics essential to your recovery from the hurt of grief and loss. Here is a snapshot of key themes found in each of the 13 GriefShare session videos.

1. Is This Normal? - August 20

  • You’ll discover why your grief experience is harder than you imagined

  • Why the intensity and duration of your emotions are normal and appropriate

  • Despite how you feel right now, there is reason for hope

2. Challenges of Grief - August 27

  • You’ll learn more eye-opening reasons why your pain is so overwhelming

  • Some of the overlooked, yet common, effects grief has on your mind, body, and spirit

  • How to get things done when you don’t feel like you have any energy

3. The Journey of Grief – Part One - September 10

  • You’ll learn helpful goals to set on your journey of grief

  • How to deal with those who try to rush you through your grief

  • How long the journey of grief typically lasts

4. The Journey of Grief – Part Two - September 17

  • You’ll learn why it’s important to put effort into your healing

  • How the events surrounding your loved one’s death affect your grief

  • The best ways to deal with your loved one’s belongings

5. Grief and Your Relationships - September 24

  • You’ll find out how the death of a loved one affects your friendships

  • Why solitude can be a blessing and a curse

  • How to deal with friends who don’t understand your grief

6. Why? - October 1

  • This session demonstrates that God wants you to share your feelings with Him

  • Why being honest with God is an expression of faith

  • What God has to say to you about your “why” questions

7. Guilt and Anger - October 8

  • You’ll learn how to deal with false guilt

  • How to grieve conflicted relationships

  • How to handle grief-related anger

8. Complicating Factors - October 15

  • You’ll begin to see how traumatic experiences affect grief

  • How to deal with nightmares and flashbacks

  • How your thinking affects your emotions

9. Stuck - October 22

  • You’ll discover how to prevent getting stuck in grief

  • Common misconceptions that hinder healing

  • Why your path to healing isn’t always smooth

10. Lessons of Grief – Part One - October 29

  • You’ll become aware of an often-overlooked reason that grief is so painful

  • Why going to church can be so difficult

  • The benefits of helping others

11. Lessons of Grief – Part Two - November 5

  • This session provides a more complete picture of who you are now that your loved one is gone

  • Why no one grieves perfectly

  • What grief can teach you about relationships

12. Heaven - November 12

  • Session 12 answers questions about heaven and the afterlife, such as what heaven is like

  • Whether you should communicate with your deceased loved one

  • Whether near-death experiences are reliable descriptions of heaven

  • And many more

13. What Do I Live for Now? - November 19

  • You’ll learn why moving forward is a necessity

  • Why it’s a process

  • Why peace and pain will always coexist

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