GriefShare Program starts Jan. 8


FORT LORAMIE — Let healing begin by participating in GriefShare. GriefShare is a 12 week program meeting once a week that has helped many people as they grieve the death of someone they love.

An evening GriefShare program is about to begin and all adults are welcome to join the group. Whether you are grieving the recent loss of a loved one or have never really grieved for someone who died years ago, the GriefShare program is a positive way to move forward on a grief journey, deepen your faith, and begin to find joy in living again.

St. Michael Church will host the nondenominational program on Monday evenings 6:30-8 p.m. beginning Jan. 8, 2024. GriefShare will be held at The Parish Office Center which is located between St. Michael Church and Fort Loramie Elementary School, 33 Elm St., Fort Loramie. Each week, the group will watch a DVD and get helpful information from grief counselors and people who have experienced the loss of someone close to them. Discussion follows the programming; however, no one is required to speak.

Participants should park behind the Parish Office Center and enter the side door. Bobby Bender and Diane Schulze will co-facilitate the sessions. The fee for the program has already been sponsored by previous GriefShare participants.

Registration is not required, but it is helpful. People can join the group at any point, yet coming to the first meeting and committing to the full program is best. Contact Rose Meyer, 937-295-2891 or [email protected] with questions or to register. Further information is also available online at and people can register online at their site if they wish. All adults are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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