A Companion on the Grief Journey
Thursday, May 30 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm
An evening with Kim Langley, M.Ed. based on her book published by Paraclete Press for grievers AND all who support and minister to them.
The only way out of grief is through. But you don’t have to go through it alone.
This mindfulness approach to poems is a spiritual exercise.
The theme is using poetry in a way that helps grievers to be more resilient, and to find solace.
You will be able to purchase copies of her book published by Paraclete Press, and Kim will sign them if you wish.
The book has been praised as “an articulate walk into the unknown…a first rate companion for those grieving…a strong source of comfort, and compassion.” One reviewer said “You have written a book full of poems for people who think they don’t like poetry. This will help thousands of people.”
Books are included in the $30 registration fee for the evening. No one is excluded because of inability to pay for the program. Please contact Barbara Leggott at 440-884-9300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kim Langley is a busy facilitator of training and retreats, for LifeBalance Enterprises, Inc. She’s a certified lay ecclesial minister who for 10+ years has led conversation circles, retreats, and workshops, introducing seekers and prayers of all kinds to a mindfulness process that deepens spirituality. Certified at the Haden Institute as a Spiritual Director, she’s convinced that lectio divina and the right prose, poems, quotes and journal prompts are the perfect match for heart opening and soul healing. Her book, published in spring 2019, is for anyone dealing with grief, including caregivers, the bereaved, chaplains, social workers, funeral directors, and health care workers who support families or facilitate grief groups with end of life issues.
Kim Langley, M.Ed.