DPUMC’s Grief Support Ministry is a safe place where participants will explore the questions related to the grief process, hear from others who have worked through grief and explore how the Christian faith gives hope to all who grieve the death of a family member or close friend.
The group will meet in Room 115 on Monday nights at 7:00 p.m. beginning on September 12, 2016.
The Grief Support course is designed to provide participants with resources to work through the grief process. Trained chaplains and counselors will make presentations every other week and answer questions posed by participants. Each of our guest speakers have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share. Please review the outline to see the topics and questions to be addressed. Pastor Paul will lead a biblical study and offer teaching on specific types of prayer in the intervening weeks. Pastor Paul will be present each week to lead the group and introduce our guest speakers.
The 8 week cycle will follow this weekly format:
7:00 Opening Prayer and Introductions
7:10 Presentation (speaker or studies)
7:40 Group Discussion / Sharing Time
8:00 Closing Prayer
While it is hoped that participants will commit to the full study, you do not have to attend each session. You may attend any and all sessions that interest you. Please feel free to invite others to attend sessions you believe they will find helpful. Our main goal is to help people understand and move through the grief process.
Please prayerfully consider your participation in this study.