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“Heart based work”

Jackie Macadam learns about the work of two people working with bereavement care and hears how the Church can learn more.

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CARE For the Family had the privilege of being one of the Guild’s project partners over the last three years.

“I, along with a team of speakers, visited nearly 300 Guilds, sharing our work with them. The total raised by the Guild for Care for the Family’s ‘Let Stick Together’ project, was £110,000. We were overwhelmed by the support, both financially and in prayer that we received, and of course the dozens of cups of tea along the way!”

Gill Lyth is National Representative for Care For the Family here in Scotland. It’s a national charity that aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties.

“We cover three main areas.” Gill explains.

“Parenting, marriage and bereavement”, Gill says.

“We have developed a particular course that is designed to help people from churches or other organisations to help access the skills, information and knowledge they might need to give help efficiently and usefully.

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