Grieving Before Death
Trinity Episcopal Church, Newtown
36 Main Street
Newtown, CT 06470
When a loved one faces an illness like dementia or one that eventually leads to “There’s nothing more we can do”, emotions and coping for everyone involved can be challenging. Please join us at Trinity for an honest conversation about grief and dying. We will be led by two professionals from Regional Hospice, Sam Dexter and Mary Condron, who have many years of experience supporting patients and their families at the end of life.
Sunday, May 5th
Glover Community Room
About the Presenters:
Reverend Sam Dexter, MDiv, MSW, BCC is the Manager of the Spiritual Care Program at Regional Hospice and Palliative Care in Danbury, CT. He has worked for Regional Hospice for the past five years and has 20 years of experience in pastoral ministry, chaplaincy and social work. Sam is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ. He received his masters of divinity degree from Yale Divinity School and masters of clinical social work in gerontology from Columbia University.
Mary Condron, LCSW ACHP-SW has been with Regional Hospice for over 14 years. She received a BA in Psychology from Fairfield University and an MSW with a focus on Gerontology from Boston College. At Regional Hospice she has been a support, advocate and educator for patients and families in their home, facilitated bereavement support groups, provided individual bereavement support, supervised graduate and undergraduate interns and coordinated admissions.
Sponsored by the Trinity Stephen Ministry Team