Discussing Death and Dying: An Omaha Death Cafe
Tri-Faith Initiative invites you to join us for “Discussing Death and Dying” on March 30 from 7 PM to 9 PM in the Tri-Faith Center. This event is only offered in person. Light refreshments will be provided. The event will be facilitated by Ariel O’Donnell, an End-of-Life Doula who trained with the International End of Life Doula Association.
What is a death café? And why host one?
Death and dying is a reality rooted in the very fabric of human existence. However, humanity has collectively avoided the potential for rich acknowledgement and discussion surrounding death and dying.
The concept of a Death Café was born in 2004 with the Swiss sociologist and anthropologist Dr. Bernard Crettaz. The Death Café is a curated space to discuss death and dying in an unrestricted, curious, and uplifting manner. The space is not meant to be a grief support or bereavement group, rather a facilitated conversation about the experiences, emotions, and realities of death and dying.
Due to the intimate nature of this event, registration is limited to 30 individuals.
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