Soul Friend to the Community

Supporting Community Healing 

Did you say "Death Cafe?" 
Next Cafe Wednesday March 7,  3:30-5pm (arrive 15 min ahead of time please)
email Barbara or use paypal link provided to reserve your seat!  

We are often discouraged from talking about death, dying, and what it means to us and our loved ones. At the same time, we all want to talk about it in some fashion. Join 'the conversation'... at Death Cafe'!  Death Cafe's  at Anam Cara Center provide a safe, intimate and confidential setting for whatever stories want to be told, about life, death or what really matters to you.  We hope that giving people a space to do this can help them feel more relaxed with the relationship  of Living and Dying and may encourage us all to make the most of the precious lives we live.

In an effort to promote an intimate atmosphere and ensure everyone has a chance to engage and be heard, there is a cap on attendance, so please sign up in advance to secure your seat in our next Cafe!   Please use the registration link on our webpage we can arrange seating for this timely event. There is no cost to attend a Death Cafe but donations to venue help with operating costs of our gathering space are accepted and most welcomed!  Gratitude!

Attend our next Death Cafe and be Part of the Conversation!

A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session. 

Our Death Cafes are always offered:
- On a not for profit basis  (Donations greatly appreciated to defray overhead  expenses  of venue) 
- In an accessible, respectful and confidential space

- As an open, respectful and confidential space where people can express their views safely.
- With no intention of leading people to any conclusion, product or course of action
- Alongside refreshing drinks and nourishing food – and cake!

Death Cafe is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting. Death Cafe doesn't work for people who, for whatever reason, aren't able to discuss death comfortably and openly. There are many projects better set up for this.

• Death Cafes aren't an opportunity to give people information about death and dying - regardless of how good or important it is.

- See more at: