Faith & Grief

Faith & Grief

Dallas, Texas
469.251.9612

Faith & Grief

Faith & Grief

We are here to reimagine...

We are a ministry of presence and believe that grief must be witnessed. We create oppotunties for those who are grieving to find comfort and hope in the community of others.

Our Story

Faith & Grief is a mutl-faith grief support nonprofit whose mission is to provide opportunities for comfort & hope to those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Our programs serve communities around the US and online with monthly grief support gatherings, workshops and retreats. You can download the Faith & Grief podcast, where ever you listen to your favorite podcast. We have conversa...
Faith & Grief is a mutl-faith grief support nonprofit whose mission is to provide opportunities for comfort & hope to those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Our programs serve communities around the US and online with monthly grief support gatherings, workshops and retreats. You can download the Faith & Grief podcast, where ever you listen to your favorite podcast. We have conversations around the intersection of faith & grief. Faith & Grief was founded by Rev. Wendy Fenn & Rev. Dr. Fran Shelton, who met through their extensive ministry and service to individuals and families who were in the process of grief and mourning. Both were eager for faith-based service organizations to work collaboratively rather than competitively in serving those who are grieving.
Faith & Grief is a mutl-faith grief support nonprofit whose mission is to provide opportunities for comfort & hope to those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Our programs serve communities around the US and online with monthly grief support gatherings, workshops and retreats. You can download the Faith & Grief podcast, where ever you listen to your favorite podcast. We have conversations around the intersection of faith & grief. Faith & Grief was founded by Rev. Wendy Fenn & Rev. Dr. Fran Shelton, who met through their extensive ministry and service to individuals and families who were in the process of grief and mourning. Both were eager for faith-based service organizations to work collaboratively rather than competitively in serving those who are grieving.