All Our Losses, All Our Grief

When someone experiences loss, there are reactions to such loss. Loss produces grief.  Grief is a term used to describe the collective, often compounding reaction to loss.  Our responses to loss can arise as result of the death of a loved one, estrangement from family, divorce, loss of a friend, a job, moving to a new location, through many and varied life transitions. Losses can be anticipated,  many are often spontaneous, other ambiguous. 

Currently at Reformation, a three week  All Our Losses, All Our Grief class is held each Winter, Summer, and Fall. Weekly sessions are grounded by three questions:  What is loss?  What is grief?  What is ritual?  

2019 All Our Losses, All Our Grief Class Offerings

Winter Cohort: February 19 – March 5,   Tuesday Evenings, 7 – 8:30 PM  

Summer Cohort: June 3 – June 17,  Monday Evenings, 7 – 8:30 PM  

Fall Cohort:  October 15-October 29, Tuesday Evenings, 7 – 8:30 PM

Class time is shaped by participants story telling, life review, movie shorts, poetry and prayer.  If you have questions or seek to register (required) contact