Our Documentary Film – Voices of Grief,  Honoring The Sacred Journey – shares a fresh perspective on the many ways we navigate successfully through grief or companion others along their journey.

Wisdom from contemporary authors, grief experts and spiritual teachers is woven through personal stories of loss to explore the roles of community, compassion and connection in this sacred journey.

Voices of Grief explores the discouragement in our culture for the normal grief and mourning process while at the same time offering a new perspective on how to honor, transform and integrate our grief. The film is based on the interplay of teachings from contemporary authors, poets, and spiritual teachers coupled with the stories of our group participants as we companion one another in our group support work.

Our Mission:
Restoring compassion, forgiveness and loving kindness
in the process of grief in our culture.

Watch a 3 minute excerpt from our film.

Somehow you manage to wrest the beauty from terrifying losses, and make it the last say.

Paula D'Arcy

Red Bird Foundation

This film brings grief out of the darkness and into the light of hope and healing.

Rev. Dr. Leanne Hadley

The most groundbreaking guide through grief since Elisabeth Kübler-Ross wrote about death and dying.

Karen Everett

Award-Winning Film Director, New Doc Editing

Film Inspiration

Our purpose is educational in nature and it is our great desire to make this tool available to all who might have a need. As a grief educator for a Woodland Park, Colorado based hospice, I witness and companion the pain of people in my educational support groups who apologize for crying as they tell me the story of the love of their life. This film offers the possibility of reaching and inspiring a larger audience and will offer the possibility of a more heart and soul based reconciliation of grief.

Kathy Sparnins

Kathy Sparnins Executive Director and Co-Producer

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Join us for a Voices of Grief Film Screening and Discussion.  Sunday, February 18, 2018, 5:00 – 6:30 PM at Pikes Peak United Methodist Church, 2927 W. Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs CO  80904.  Thanks to The Springs Funeral Services & The Springs Funeral Services-North for co-hosting this event.  #grieffilm

Join us for a Voices of Grief Film Screening and Discussion. Sunday, February 18, 2018, 5:00 – 6:30 PM at Pikes Peak United Methodist Church, 2927 W. Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs CO 80904. Thanks to The Springs Funeral Services & The Springs Funeral Services-North for co-hosting this event. #grieffilm ... See MoreSee Less

 

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SarahLiz Clark This is the video I was telling you about.

Thanks Cindy Bronner. I have seen this, but Mom has not. I will put it on the calendar. ❤

ive seen it twice excellent film

It really is great. Glad your mom will get to see it SarahLiz!

Very grateful to the Pikes Peak Courier for their coverage this week of the Voices of Grief New Year’s Eve Remembrance broadcast on Rocky Mountain PBS, Sunday, December 31, 5:00 – 5:30 PM.  #grieffilm

Very grateful to the Pikes Peak Courier for their coverage this week of the Voices of Grief New Year’s Eve Remembrance broadcast on Rocky Mountain PBS, Sunday, December 31, 5:00 – 5:30 PM. #grieffilm ... See MoreSee Less

 

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We r so grateful

Voices of Grief New Year’s Eve Remembrance broadcast on Rocky Mountain PBS, Sunday, December 31, 5:00 – 5:30 PM has been a long time “brewing.”  Photo is from initial meeting with the RMPBS team back in June 2012.  Current RMPBS CEO, Amanda Mountain is on the left.  Film producers, Kathy Sparnins and Deb Collins are on the right.  #grieffilm

Voices of Grief New Year’s Eve Remembrance broadcast on Rocky Mountain PBS, Sunday, December 31, 5:00 – 5:30 PM has been a long time “brewing.” Photo is from initial meeting with the RMPBS team back in June 2012. Current RMPBS CEO, Amanda Mountain is on the left. Film producers, Kathy Sparnins and Deb Collins are on the right. #grieffilm ... See MoreSee Less

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