When asked what the worst kind of grief is, how would you respond? In Kenneth Haug’s Journeying Through Grief books, we learn the answer is your own. Talking about your grief is one of the best ways that you can continue to heal. Bethel offers a Grief Support Group several times a year. All are welcome to join.
Are you in need of a pastoral visit? Would you like a lay member to visit you once a month or even on a weekly basis? Do you need communion? Fill out this confidential form which is sent directly to a pastor.
In the hospital? Bethel calls the hospitals three times a week, but occasionally, names are not reported to us or someone is not officially listed under Bethel’s name. A Bethel pastor would love to come see you, but please let them know!
Bethel offers a grief support group several times a year. These groups are for those who are grieving in any way. Most often this is the death of a loved one but grief is also experienced through job loss, from the end of relationship, or from health concerns. These groups are open to people in different stages of grief, whether the grief is still fresh and raw or grieving has been ongoing.
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