The next meeting of Compassionate Friends in Nashville is Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m.


The next meeting of Compassionate Friends in Nashville is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Nashville United Methodist Church.

What does Compassionate Friends do? Have you or someone you know experienced the loss of a child? If so, then it is their hope you will consider attending a meeting of Compassionate Friends. All families and family members, regardless of the reason for the loss of your child, are welcome. Even though there are a variety of grief groups in the area, meeting participants will tell you that losing a child presents very different challenges than those one faces when losing a spouse, parent, or close friend.

The South-Central Indiana Chapter of Compassionate Friends meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The meetings will take place at the Nashville United Methodist Church.

The agenda for monthly meetings is driven primarily by the questions and needs of those in attendance. Even though the group meets in a church. Compassionate Friends is not affiliated with any religious denomination, and it does not promote religious viewpoints.

We do not charge fees or dues to attend a Compassionate Friends monthly meeting, although “love gifts” offered in memory of our lost children are welcome and will be used to help pay for materials used to spread the word about our local chapter which is one of just three in the state.

Please call (765) 490-0789 and leave a message if you have questions about CF or want to talk about anything related to the loss of your child, whether your loss is recent or happened months or years ago. Please leave a message and phone number or email address and a member of our chapter will follow up, usually in 24 hours or less.

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