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Parish Nurse/Health Care Ministry Survey
Maria Stevenson, RN, BSN 297-1816
Barbara Jesz RN, BSN 297-8686
President: Walter Bisset
Pantry Manager: Shirley Stringaro
If you have experienced the death of a spouse, parent, sibling, child or friend recently or in the past you are most welcome to join us for our support sessions at the Ministry Center on the St Leo's worship site at 2748 Military Road (we will meet in the St Leo's Church Entrance for ease of access for those with canes, scooters or walkers) or call Maria at 297-1816 for a private meeting.
St Leo's Worship Site Ministry Meeting Room Please Enter at Door # 2
550 Ellicott Creek Rd, Tonawanda, NY 14150
Friday, February 7th and March 6th at 2:30PM
Comfort those who mourn. So much changes when we lose a loved one. Grief does not go away and often in fact, the feelings may intensify. This group is here to interact with those feelings and share with others about their coping mechanisms Our next meeting is Friday January 10th and in February on the 7th at 2:30 PM. All are welcome. Please invite others!!
These meetings / lectures are to assist those 18 years and older in their journey of grief. There is no charge for attendance.
All are welcome!
February 12th: "Explore Your Feelings of Loss"- Whatever your grief thoughts and feelings are, they are normal and necessary. We will explore naming the feelings and acknowledging them as the first step of dealing with them.
March 11th: "Recognize You Are Not Crazy"- Many thoughts and feelings you will experience in your journey through grief are so different from your everyday reality that you may feel you are going crazy. You are not! You are grieving. We will discuss a number of typical thoughts and feelings that contribute to the feeling of going crazy in grief.