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“The darker the night, the brighter the stars; the deeper the grief, the closer is God!” – Dostoyevsky
One of the missing components of life in contemporary 21st century society is the experience of communal grief. In many cases we are too busy, too distracted, too afraid, and too isolated to grieve adequately. It’s not just lost loved ones that need to be grieved; it’s dreams, and jobs, and pets, and friendships, and health, and more. In the Christian Tradition, there is a long history of God’s people collectively bringing their grief and entrusting it into the gracious, healing hands of God – a God who is personally acquainted with suffering and loss. You are invited to join us for a service of grief and lament on All Soul’s Day, November 2, 2019.