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The purpose of these 1-hour sessions is to provide a safe and healing place for those struggling with grief. There is a notion that people should be able ‘just get over’ their grief, when the reality is that grief is a complicated process for most everyone and the only path forward is going through it.

Among other things, the group offers people who are grieving the opportunity to be with others who are also are on the grief journey. It means you are likely to meet people who are genuinely understanding and sympathetic. You are fellow travelers on the same road.

Kevin J. Bliss (http://kevinjbliss.com/contact/) is the leader of the group, trained and certified as an End-of-Life Coach by Coaching at the End of Life (http://coachingatendoflife.com). Coaching is an ideal methodology for working with those who are grieving as it is designed to meet people exactly where they are their journey and to assist them in finding their own path forward.

To be a "group," a minimum of 2 people in addition to the organizers is necessary for the meeting to take place. If less than 2 people have signed up by the afternoon of the event, the meeting will be cancelled. If less than three actually show up, the event will be abbreviated and the group will be only social, not a formal Grief Support Group event.

A voluntary donation of $5 to the church is welcomed to cover both Meetup membership and church expenses.

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We are a Support Group for those who are grieving. Please come join us.

St. Augustine Episcopal Church

Too often in our culture, there is a notion that people should be able ‘just get over’ their grief, when the reality is that grief is a complicated process for most everyone and the only path forward is going through it. That process is also different for everyone. There are no rules of grieving, except that it takes time to heal. The purpose of these 1-hour sessions (at both our Afternoon and Evening Grief Support Groups) is to provide a safe and healing place for those struggling with grief. We would welcome your participation. The groups are facilitated by Kevin Bliss, an Integral Life Coach also certified as an End of Life Coach. A voluntary donation from participants of the group will be invited for our host, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.

We are a Support Group for those who are grieving. Please come join us.

St. Augustine Episcopal Church

Too often in our culture, there is a notion that people should be able ‘just get over’ their grief, when the reality is that grief is a complicated process for most everyone and the only path forward is going through it. That process is also different for everyone. There are no rules of grieving, except that it takes time to heal. The purpose of these 1-hour sessions (at both our Afternoon and Evening Grief Support Groups) is to provide a safe and healing place for those struggling with grief. We would welcome your participation. The groups are facilitated by Kevin Bliss, an Integral Life Coach also certified as an End of Life Coach. A voluntary donation from participants of the group will be invited for our host, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.

We are a Support Group for those who are grieving. Please come join us.

St. Augustine Episcopal Church

Too often in our culture, there is a notion that people should be able ‘just get over’ their grief, when the reality is that grief is a complicated process for most everyone and the only path forward is going through it. That process is also different for everyone. There are no rules of grieving, except that it takes time to heal. The purpose of these 1-hour sessions (at both our Afternoon and Evening Grief Support Groups) is to provide a safe and healing place for those struggling with grief. We would welcome your participation. The groups are facilitated by Kevin Bliss, an Integral Life Coach also certified as an End of Life Coach. A voluntary donation from participants of the group will be invited for our host, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.

We are a Support Group for those who are grieving. Please come join us.

St. Augustine Episcopal Church

Too often in our culture, there is a notion that people should be able ‘just get over’ their grief, when the reality is that grief is a complicated process for most everyone and the only path forward is going through it. That process is also different for everyone. There are no rules of grieving, except that it takes time to heal. The purpose of these 1-hour sessions (at both our Afternoon and Evening Grief Support Groups) is to provide a safe and healing place for those struggling with grief. We would welcome your participation. The groups are facilitated by Kevin Bliss, an Integral Life Coach also certified as an End of Life Coach. A voluntary donation from participants of the group will be invited for our host, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.

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We are a Support Group for those who are grieving. Please come join us.

St. Augustine Episcopal Church

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