Mission: The Bereavement Ministry is a ministry of consolation to offer God’s healing love through emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual comfort.

What do we do: Through each other, this ministry offers strength, compassion, peace and love manifesting the glory of God within us. This Ministry is a source of blessing as we reach out to our brothers & sisters experiencing a loss. Losses come in a variety of ways including death, divorce, the loss of a job, and moving because of flood, fire or job transfer. The most important thing is to talk about it, so you can heal and prepare for future life challenges.

Membership: All are welcome, regardless of faith, age or culture. Experienced grief counselors are especially welcome, and training is available.

Meetings: We meet twice a month on Mondays from 7pm to 8:30pm in the St. Barnabas Meeting Room.

Click here for helpful information and excerpts from our Loss & Hope Manual.

2023 Schedule
Jan 9 – Grief, Bereavement, Mourning & Self Nurturing
Jan 23 – Continuation: Grief, Bereavement, Mourning & Self Nurturing
Feb 6 – Fear & Anxiety, Unresolved Grief & Forgiveness
Feb 13 – Unresolved Guilt
Mar 6 – Guilt
Mar 27 – Forgiveness & Acceptance
Apr 10 – Relationship Losses, Holidays, Birthdays & Anniversaries
Apr 24 – Steps to Survival & Rebuilding after Loss

Grief is a long hard process, but also a very natural human process. God walks with you!

Irene Zumbo, Grief Counselor, 609-713-2337 or zfamily911@gmail.com

Marissa Paradiso, Grief Counselor, marissaaparadiso@gmail.com

For private counseling only, please contact Brenda Covini, Certified Grief Counselor, 813-503-2000 or bcovini3@gmail.com

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