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The Language of Lament: Working Through Life’s Losses

"The Lost Language of Lament" Workshop will consist of teaching the process of lamenting the losses in life.  Losses may include divorce, death, jobs, friendships, homes, health, transitions in aging, retirement, etc.  Teaching will focus on experiencing God in the midst of grieving, learning how to view the process of lamenting, and how to assist people in the midst of loss.

Experiential workshops will include the use of prayer, journaling, movement, music, art, photo memory making, etc., to assist people with the process of lament.  

The "Lost Language of Lament" will be a half-day teaching and experiential  workshop in the process of lamenting, using time and space with God, to work through grieving the losses of life.  Losses include divorce, death, jobs, friendships, homes, health, transitions of aging, retirement, etc.  

WHERE: Fellowship Hall, Room 178

Fee is $10 to attend. CLICK HERE to register. Your registration of $15.00 includes conference materials and a continental breakfast.

Registrations received after Sunday, May 14, 2017 will be priced at $15.00.  If you are in need of childcare, please request this no later than Sunday, May 14, 2017.




Earlier Event: May 17
Midweek Bible Study
Later Event: May 21
FourScore Luncheon