For the Death of Me 2013

March 4, 2013 - March 8, 2013
Tatamagouche BOK 1VO NS


 Mar 4 – Mar 8, 2013 Mon 7:00 PM – Fri 1:00 PM $420.00
Part death acceptance. Part life acceptance.This intensive course will help you integrate the story of YOUR life, in your own terms, which includes thinking about your own inevitable death. Each of us must die. Many of us keep this Self Death Awareness deeply submerged most of our life.

During our time together, we will gently, but firmly examine death awareness. You will learn about the nitty, gritty of how death happens. You will begin to build your own spiritual understanding about life and death within the context of your own life. Using the Hopewell Worldview Survey as a launching point, you will learn in a safe environment. Integrating readings and media clips, as well as readings both ancient and new, Christian and non-Christian, you will learn about death and decide for yourself what is meaningful. The goal and endpoint is to become more accepting of death so that you can LIVE more fully. Group time is interspersed with quiet contemplative moments. There are opportunities for private and small group conversations at any point in the program for those who wish to talk about anything that arises for them.

Linda will discuss this program individually with each prospective participant prior to the event to ensure it will meet their needs.  As well, participants are required to obtain “There Is Life after Death” by Tom Harper.

Early bird bursary for the first 12 who register. Click here for bursary form.

Program Cost: $420 ($107.50 tuition + $312.50 meals/accommodations) 
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance to secure your place in this program.

This program is generously supported by the New Horizons grant for seniors.


Rev. Linda Yates

Rev. Linda YatesRev. Linda Yates is the minister at St. John’s United Church, Halifax; a cancer survivor and an end-of-life spiritual care giver.


Pat De Meo

Pat De MeoPat De Méo, Program Resource Group (PRG) facilitator, is on the Leadership Team of the Atlantic Jubilee Program in Spiritual Deepening and Spiritual Guidance. She is a Professor of French language and culture at Dalhousie University, with a background in inter-cultural communication, group dynamics and staff support and supervision. 

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