September 14th, 9:30am
An annual service dedicating bricks to our Walk of Remembrance. Bricks can be purchased through the Development Office of Duke HomeCare& Hospice by calling Dale Horton at 919-4790318. Proceeds of brick sales support the services of Duke Hospice Bereavement Services.
SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE
September 14th, 10:30am
An annual observance for all who wish to gather and remember their loved ones.
Both of these events will be held at the Duke Hospice Bereavement Center on the Meadowlands Campus. The address: 1001 Corporate Drive in Hillsborough, NC.
Growing Thru Grief
Every Tuesday, except holidays, 4p – 6p
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
1200 W Cornwallis Rd, Durham, NC 27704
A coalition of Triangle area faith communities and other organizations that offers ongoing support and comfort to those who mourn. The Durham Coalition on Grief promotes support which is not religiously based and welcomes individual statements of various faith orientations and beliefs along the grief journey.
Come and gather for conversation and refreshments at 4:00 pm. The program runs from 4:30 to 6:00 pm.
September/October 2019 Series
What Is This Really?: Examining Common Myths About Grief
9/24 Myth #1: Grief is a time of sadness following the death of a loved one.
10/1 Myth #2: Grief has five stages.
10/8 Myth #3: Grief will get better with time; there is nothing we can do about it.
10/16 Myth #4: Expressing grief is a sign of weakness.
10/23 Myth #5: The goal is to get over grief and return to normal. ASAP!
10/30 Myth #6: Taking care of yourself is selfish.