Bereavement Support Group Meeting on Tuesdays In Berkeley Heights

Healing the Grieving Heart: The Journey after the Death of a Loved One is the theme of the support group offered by the Bereavement Ministry of the Church of the Little Flower, Berkeley Heights.

The sessions start on Tuesday, February 7th from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. and run for eight Tuesdays through March 28th. The group will meet in room 1-H of the school building, 110 Roosevelt Ave., Berkeley Heights. All are welcome to join the group and registration is necessary.

Your loss may have occurred a week ago or ten years ago, but it can still be valuable to process if it has not yet healed.

For more information contact Mariana or Maria at bereavement.lf@gmail.com or the rectory office at 908-464-1585.

Contact Information
  1. Mariana
  2. 907-464-1585
  3. bereavement.lf@gmail.com
Tue, March 21
1:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Healing the Grieving Heart: The Journey after the Death of a Loved One is the theme of the support group offered by the Bereavement Ministry of the Church of the Little Flower, Berkeley Heights.

The sessions start on Tuesday, February 7th from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. and run for eight Tuesdays through March 28th. The group will meet in room 1-H of the school building, 110 Roosevelt Ave., ...

110 Roosevelt Ave. Berkeley Heights, NJ

Church of the Little Flower

110 Roosevelt Ave.
Berkeley Heights, NJ

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