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Bereavement care during Covid-19 pandemic

The Revd Canon Thomas Woodhouse has supported Church of England Life Events with consultancy through its Funerals Working Group for ...

Bereavement care after stillbirth and infant death

Stillbirth and infant death can still stop even the toughest of us in our tracks. The death of a baby ...

Thoughts for ministers during the first phase of the coronavirus crisis

We are offering these out of the work of a three-year project on trauma and tragedy in Christian congregations.

Covid-19 response – from the funeral, burial and cremation sector

Limiting attendance at funerals

A group of seven organisations representing the funeral, burial and cremation sector have issued joint guidance on ...

New funerals content on churchofengland.org

The national Church of England website www.churchofengland.org is incorporating more than 60 new pages of content from ...

Resources for an inclusive Mothering Sunday

At Home for Good we inspire individuals and churches to re-imagine the concept of 'family', recognising ...

The Days of Weeping

Grief in the tearoom

While on a recent holiday to the Isle of Wight, our family visited the most delightful tearoom one could imagine. ...

A look back at the Summer 2019 funerals conference

At the beginning of June, over 120 clergy and lay leaders were joined by people working to support the bereaved ...

From stranger to friend: First encounters of faith journeys conference speakers

Wherever, and however we meet people, there are small things that make a big difference to how those new to ...