The Bereavement Care Awareness course has been produced as part of Care for the Family’s bereavement training for churches. It is useful for clergy, church leaders, pastoral care leaders or any volunteer interested in supporting bereaved people – whether they are already engaged in bereavement support or are considering the possibility of developing it.
“The material is excellent. This was a really helpful and well delivered course”
Find out more about the course and why we think it’s important for churches to support bereaved people. Read an article about how an Anglican minister discovered the need for this course through her own bereavement journey.
We’ve been following government guidelines closely on larger gatherings and assessing the wisdom and practicalities of running our face to face training. In light of this, and as a result of the escalating measures to prevent the further spread of the virus, we have developed an online version of the training.
This will be delivered via the ZOOM video conferencing platform, and dates are now available. Places will initially be capped at 30 per event. The training will have a mix of talks, group activities, videos and individual reflection. There are also some comfort breaks built in!
Please see below for details and how to register.
For more information about any upcoming events, contact Sonya.Pascoe@cff.org.uk
Would your church be interested in hosting Bereavement Care Awareness for your own members and possibly for other churches in your locality? You can find out more about this here.
Would you be interested in training to facilitate Bereavement Care Awareness or to let others in your area know about Care for the Family’s bereavement support services? We’re looking for volunteers for both roles. If you think you might be interested, please contact Sonya.Pascoe@cff.org.uk