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   Office: 874 York Street
  Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 3R8
 
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Service for this Sunday,April 21, 2024
Title Death Café
Speaker Anne Marie Hartford
Service Leader Janet Crawford
Tech Support Tony Fitzgerald
Anne Marie has been offering Death Cafés in the Fredericton area since 2016, The service will be in the form of a Death Café
A Death Café is a gathering of adults to talk about death and dying in a safe, supportive, respectful, and confidential space.
At a Death Café there is no agenda and no experts. We meet simply as people who are going to die and want to sort out our thoughts and feeling about it. There is no course of action, product or service promoted at a Death Café. Death Cafés are open to, and respectful of, people from all communities and belief systems.
A Death Café is not a bereavement support group or grief counselling. Jon Underwood, London, England, developed the Death Café model in 2010 and since then these gatherings have spread across Europe, North America, and Australia In Fredericton the first Death Café was offered in 2016. Since then, many Death Cafés have been held around the city.
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