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When mass trauma strikes, faith leaders are called upon to guide and sustain communities through the aftermath. Their role is to help us heal.
But who heals the healers?
Healing the Healers is a new media resource intended to support clergy, laity, social workers, first responders and other spiritual care providers facing community-level trauma. The five-part film series is accompanied by a discussion guide including written reflections by scholars, clergy and other experts.
Watch the Trailer Down Below
In this 5 part series, Rev. Matthew Crebbin of Newtown Congregational Church, leads an important conversation with faith leaders who’ve experienced mass trauma, either suddenly, as at Newtown or during 9/11, or through ministering to a community facing chronic violence, such as Hartford, CT or St. Louis, MO.
You can view trailers for each episode on the website.
To learn more about this amazing resource for Pastors other leaders, visit Healing the Healers Website. The site also has emergency phone numbers that congregation leaders can use for immediate support.
Having a grandpa who was a pastor, and growing up in a church family, I’m so happy that there are resources like this available. I definitely recommend this series.
Please share with those in your life that who can use it!