Funeral Planning Meetup Groups

Meet others in your local area who are interested in Funeral Planning, Natural Burial and Home Funerals. Discuss how to have a funeral with or without a mortician, home, church, etc. and how to save money on funerals.

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This group discusses funeral options that are environmentally considerate, personal and make economic sense. We share ideas and resources, and support others on this path through meetings and training workshops. What Is a Home Funeral? Before we ans

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Led by the Doyenne of Death, Gail Rubin, the Albuquerque Death Cafe is a safe, inviting forum for those who want to talk about death and dying. The objective of Death Cafe is “To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most

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You can check out our Facebook page here. The purpose of death cafes are to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. A Death Cafe is a group directed discus

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Death Cafe Participants
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This group will provide a safe and caring environment to discuss the issues of death and dying for those who may have personally dealt with these issues or for those who are interested in the topic. This is not a support or group counseling meeting.

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Death and Dying Thinkers
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This is a group for people who are interested in the rapidly growing natural death and green burial movement. We will discuss the options which exist here in Colorado Springs for compassionate end of life care, meaningful mourning, and body disposi

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Sacred Death advocates
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Diealog is an initiative under the Conscious Ageing Trust (UK registered charity 1120811). Together with Men Beyond 50 it forms a charity that promotes conscious, positive ageing... and dying: "We create spaces, avenues and opportunities for men and

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This is a group for licensed and apprentice Funeral Director's in the Southern Connecticut region to discuss industry related topics and present related materials. Our goal is to create a forum in which Director's can share and learn about Funeral Ho

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Funeral Directors
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This group will meet and discuss various topics relating to death, dying and the funeral industry. There will be informal Q&A's and discussion about alternative, environmentally safe options to say good-bye. This group will also incorporate crochetin

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This group will meet and discuss various topics relating to death, dying and the funeral industry. There will be informal Q&A's and discussion about alternative, environmentally safe options to say good-bye. This group will also incorporate crochetin

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Newest Meetup Groups

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December 11, 2014

This group will meet and discuss various topics relating to death, dying and the funeral industry. There will be informal Q&A's and discussion about alternative, environmentally safe options to say good-bye. This group will also incorporate crochetin

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Member
December 6, 2014

This group will provide a safe and caring environment to discuss the issues of death and dying for those who may have personally dealt with these issues or for those who are interested in the topic. This is not a support or group counseling meeting.

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Death and Dying Thinkers
December 4, 2014

This is a group for people who are interested in the rapidly growing natural death and green burial movement. We will discuss the options which exist here in Colorado Springs for compassionate end of life care, meaningful mourning, and body disposi

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Sacred Death advocates
November 9, 2014

You can check out our Facebook page here. The purpose of death cafes are to drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. A Death Cafe is a group directed discus

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Death Cafe Participants
October 16, 2014

This group will meet and discuss various topics relating to death, dying and the funeral industry. There will be informal Q&A's and discussion about alternative, environmentally safe options to say good-bye. This group will also incorporate crochetin

1
Member
April 29, 2014

Diealog is an initiative under the Conscious Ageing Trust (UK registered charity 1120811). Together with Men Beyond 50 it forms a charity that promotes conscious, positive ageing... and dying: "We create spaces, avenues and opportunities for men and

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Members
March 12, 2014

This is a group for licensed and apprentice Funeral Director's in the Southern Connecticut region to discuss industry related topics and present related materials. Our goal is to create a forum in which Director's can share and learn about Funeral Ho

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Funeral Directors
December 14, 2013

Led by the Doyenne of Death, Gail Rubin, the Albuquerque Death Cafe is a safe, inviting forum for those who want to talk about death and dying. The objective of Death Cafe is “To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most

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Members
May 7, 2009

This group discusses funeral options that are environmentally considerate, personal and make economic sense. We share ideas and resources, and support others on this path through meetings and training workshops. What Is a Home Funeral? Before we ans

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