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December 16th—Interfaith Service of Remembrance for those who died homeless in the past year. St. Alban’s is happy to participate in this service. The service is at 5:00pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 100 Mirror Lake Dr. N.

December 19th—is the evening we cook and serve dinner to those infected or affected by AIDs. We provide a Christmas meal—fun Christmas music to sing—and an atmosphere of love—and yes—volunteers are welcome and needed.

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  • mourners path
  • Small groups, grounded in prayer, led by trained lay facilitator
  • Safe environment for sharing
  • Confidentiality for those participating in WMP
This is an eight week program which begins Tuesday,  January 15 and continues until March 5th.  This program is open to all people – one does not have to belong to St. Alban’s in order to participate. 
 
Testimonial:
“Walking the Mourner’s Path has given me the most valuable tool to help me in my loss of a loved one. New bonds of friendship have been formed in the groups there were held.”
If you are interested in learning more or you know of a neighbor or friend or relative who might benefit from this program please contact:

Rebecca Lyons