Lynn hospital chaplains' 6-week bereavement group   

Starting at the end of August, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s chaplaincy in King’s Lynn is offering a series of six weekly meetings exploring topics relating to grief to support those who have been bereaved.

The Chaplaincy team at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn are offering a six-week series of bereavement support meetings that aim to provide companionship, give insights into the grieving process and share coping strategies.

The team have been periodically holding these sessions since 2016.  The next series will start on Wednesday, August 28 at 2pm-3pm and will continue each week at the same time for six weeks. The meetings take place in the Registration Waiting Room on the Ground Floor of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

The group is led by experienced members of the Chaplaincy team, who will seek to support members of the group work through challenges and emotions. Although the group is organised by the hospital Chaplaincy, the content is not religious and the belief or non-belief of each member is respected.

Stella Green, Lead Chaplain at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital said: “Our aim is to create a space for people to share stories and experiences with others who have experienced a loss, whether in our hospital or elsewhere.”

If you would like to attend these meetings please contact Stella at the Chaplaincy Department on 01553 613 441 at  Pre-booking is essential.

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