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WAKE PROGRAMS

Working on the Ending

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DEATH CAFES

A conversation about death and dying

Death Cafe is a nonprofit initiative which began in the U.K., led by Jon Underwood, based on the work of Swiss sociologist Bernard Crettaz. Now popular worldwide, a Death Cafe is simply a social gathering of people, often strangers from many different walks of life, organized for the purpose of discussing death, without any formal agenda or commercial pressure. We are holding Death Cafes via Zoom during Covid19. 

Join us on Sat, Jan 9th for the next Death Cafe

GREEN BURIAL

The impact of our bodies in the end

In a “green” burial, a body is buried in the ground, unembalmed, in a simple, biodegradable container (plain wooden box, cloth shroud or something similar). The remains are left to decompose naturally, returning the land to its original state. Why is this so difficult to come by?

 

Contact us to learn more about how get involved in the green burial movement

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