Death cafe: 10 June

We’re having a death café on Zoom on 10 June, at 7pm. You’re very welcome to attend.

Our death café is a group of 8 to 10 people meeting together to drink tea, eat cake and talk about death and its effect on us and others. That can be a recent death, one in the past, or just death in general.

We begin with some ground rules. Then we share why we have come to the session and the difficulties and importance of talking about death. The main point is to listen and share in a non-judgemental safe space. We can offer local bereavement resources if people want these. And it’s free.

If you want to attend this death café, please email Rev. April. 

We’ve had several death cafes at St Paul’s, both in person and on Zoom. This is the latest, and hopefully the last online one. We hope the next one will be in person in our church cafe.

You can read more about death cafes at the Death Cafe website.


“coffee cake and wifi” by byronv2 is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

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