Climate change is real, and so is climate grief. The Good Grief Network was formed four years ago with the vision of creating small, peer-to-peer groups where people can process the collective grief, eco-anxiety, and other heavy emotions that arise in response to this global crisis. They now run dozens of “Good Grief” groups on five continents.
Dean LaCoe (he/him), our speaker this Sunday, contacted the Good Grief Network looking for some “stress relief tips and tricks” after the wildfires burned through Sonoma County. Through the small group process, he found a supportive network of friends from around the world and a transformative vision. Dean is now partnering with us here at USSB to offer this work to our community.
The March 27 service will take place both in-person and online.
RSVPs for the in-person service will open the Wednesday before service, and attendance is limited to the first 100 people who sign up. Masks are required in the sanctuary. Coffee hour will follow in the courtyard. If you are unvaccinated please join us online.
See you then!