Posted by Louise Allen (Faversham Death Cafe)
Hosted by Louise Allen and Roz Macklin
March 7, 2021
3:00 p.m. (GMT)
4:45 p.m. (GMT)
An Online Death Cafe
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
The fact that one day we are all going to die is one of the few things we can be certain of in life, and yet it's something that relatively few of us talk about. It means that when we do come closer to death (our own, or those we care about) we are often not prepared for the thoughts, feelings and considerations we find ourselves facing.
Talking about and sharing our thoughts, beliefs, experiences and concerns can help us to live our lives in a more considered way and avoid some of the common regrets people have when they approach death.
Death Cafés provide a relaxed and informal space for people to get together to drink tea, eat cake and talk about death and dying. As we can't provide the tea and cake for the online death cafe, we ask that you bring your own.
People usually find the cafés life affirming and often leave feeling uplifted or with a sense of connection.
It isn't a counselling or bereavement group. It is a safe space to talk about a topic we often avoid, with other people who are also living and are also going to die.
Our online Death Cafes have given people from all over the world a chance to get together to talk about death and dying. Email Louise for the details of how to join the meeting.
About Louise Allen and Roz Macklin
Louise is a qualified counsellor, former Deputy Manager of the Abbey Physic Community Garden and experienced facilitator,having led groups and training for over ten years.. Louise is passionate about talking about death, dying and life!
Roz is an experienced group facilitator with a keen interest in death and dying. Roz will be facilitating the Death Café and both Roz and Louise will be able to signpost people to further support should they find any of the themes during the cafe distressing.
Roz will be facilitating with Louise to maintain a safe, welcoming and inclusive space for people to engage as much or as little as they want in the conversations.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe