Date(s) - 07/25/2019
10:30 am - 1:30 pm


This UU Tapestry of Faith program facilitates a process of personal reflection, learning, and spiritual growth focused on the topic of death and dying. It brings death, dying, and grief into the light of our daily lives and out of the dark, macabre recesses to which we often relegate it. The program is not a grief support group, nor is it an intellectual study of death. It includes sociological information and reflection, theological reflection, personal and shared narrative, creative expression, journaling, and practical learning and preparation. It helps participants move from viewing death as an abstract concept to developing a personal recognition of its meaning in their life, with the goal that all who participate in the program find a closer and more comfortable relationship with their own inevitable death. This program invites participants to experience death and dying as a healthy part of life, including the preparation, the moment of death, the grieving, and the living on.  This program is designed for adults at any stage of life.  Register on-line by June 30 at

Every Other Thursday, 10:30 – 1:30

July 11 – September 26

Mandy Miller, Facilitator