Remembrance and Thanksgiving Service | Sunday 19 May
As part of this years Dying Matters Awareness Week 13 – 19 May, The Counselling Foundation were honored to provide one of the readings at the Remembrance and Thanksgiving Service held at the St Albans Cathedral on Sunday 19 May.
May marks the first anniversary of the Foundation taking on the Bereavement Support service following the closure of St Albans Bereavement Network (SABN). The Foundation is proud of the support it continues to offer in our community to those who have experienced bereavement, regardless of when the loss occurred.
The service was a chance to remember, give thanks and to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have died and also to share with the congregation that specialist bereavement support continues to be available in the community, through the established counselling charity.
Lynne McAllister, Bereavement Counsellor commented “the service was lovely. I always find it an emotional and moving event. Thankfully I managed to do the reading without tears!”
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