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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Voices of Grief was honored to be part of CONNECT Summit Countys Connecting Hearts & Mind events for Mental Health Awareness Month – “Stigma-Free, The Way It Should Be.”  Park City, UT based CONNECT Summit County is offering a wealth of grief support resources for their community.  #grieffilm

Voices of Grief was honored to be part of CONNECT Summit County's Connecting Hearts & Mind events for Mental Health Awareness Month – “Stigma-Free, The Way It Should Be.” Park City, UT based CONNECT Summit County is offering a wealth of grief support resources for their community. #grieffilm ... See MoreSee Less

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So happy VOG was honored!

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We were able to contain and remedy the issue and our host provider does not expect any further issues. All the messages with attachments of concern were sent on the morning of April 25.

Very excited to share news about the upcoming “Voices of Grief… the journey” event on Saturday, May 4 in Arlington, TX.  Its a Grief Conference featuring Dr. Patrick OMalley and Voices of Grief filmmaker Kathy Sparnins with a panel discussion, food and fellowship.  The event is organized by Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living, Arlington, TX in partnership with First United Methodist Church of Arlington and Carepath Home Health & Hospice.  Register at arlingtonmethodist.org/events/registration.  #grieffilm

Very excited to share news about the upcoming “Voices of Grief… the journey” event on Saturday, May 4 in Arlington, TX. It's a Grief Conference featuring Dr. Patrick O'Malley and Voices of Grief filmmaker Kathy Sparnins with a panel discussion, food and fellowship. The event is organized by Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living, Arlington, TX in partnership with First United Methodist Church of Arlington and Carepath Home Health & Hospice. Register at arlingtonmethodist.org/events/registration. #grieffilm ... See MoreSee Less

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Kathy, you are wonderful for helping so many people, what a great heart (and brain) you have.

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