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Documentary Screening to Offer Insight into the Grief Process

A special free presentation of the award-winning documentary film Voices of Grief: Honoring the Sacred Journey will be presented at 7 p.m., November 2, in the Fellowship Hall of St. Luke’s Methodist Church, in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis native and executive producer of the film, Kathy Sparnins, will offer background about the film, how it has impacted her and audiences around the world, as well as information about how we may successfully navigate through our own grief process as well as help others that are experiencing grief.

Author Elaine Voci will also speak briefly about her new book Resilience Art, a grief coloring book, which will be available for purchase.

Handmade refreshments from Poppy & Sweet Pea Cookies will be served.

Location: St. Luke’s Methodist Church, 100 West 86th St., Indianapolis. For more information or to RSVP, all 317-730-5481 or email ElaineVoci@gmail.com.

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