50 unique cards for use in small groups, each with a thought-provoking question to get the conversation started.
It's not easy to talk about death, dying and funerals. But if we neglect these subjects, we can be unprepared for some of the most significant events we will ever have to face - our own death and the deaths of those close to us.
GraveTalk is a resource from the Church of England to help people start thinking and talking about these key topics. It offers 50 unique cards for use in small groups, each with a thought-provoking question to get the conversation started. Topics covered include:
Life: What is important in your life? How would you like to be remembered?
Death: What experiences of death have you had so far? What do you think death means?
Society: How has our culture shaped our thinking about death?
Funerals: What will happen when you die? Do you need to make any plans or choices now?
Grief: What is the reality of loss and how do you experience it?
The cards are supported by the GraveTalk Facilitator's Guide (published separately) which includes advice and guidance on running a GraveTalk event.