Let’s Talk about Death: Practical Steps for Churches
A panel of practitioners shared stories, ideas and top tips from their work in this field. They included:
Li Mills from End of Life Doula UK
Lia Shimada, Death Café, St James Piccadilly
Representatives from Death over Dinner Organisation, USA
Revd Juliet Stephenson, Director of The Good Funeral Company, Liverpool
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