VIGILS FOR HEALING
The vigils are public interfaith spiritual observances held year round at or near the murder site.
We tap into the diverse spiritual life of our community to promote peace and encourage the process of healing.
Vigils last about 30 minutes and can include prayer, candle lighting, ringing of a bell to remember past murder victims, presentation of a prayer shawl, music and light refreshments
Anyone who wishes to speak during a vigil may do so.
To receive email invitations to upcoming Vigils for Healing, Contact Us.
We are open to all, and we welcome your suggestions and involvement.
BROKEN HEARTS, BETTER DAYS support group
For all who grieve the violent death of a loved one
Our support group is for anyone on a healing journey.
This small group meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at the William G. White, Jr., Family YMCA (the "old Y") 775 West End Blvd., Winston-Salem.
New faces are always welcome. The group sometimes meets at a restaurant, so before attending we suggest you contact us or the group organizer, Betsy at email@example.com or 336-749-7703.
Carolina Behavioral Health Alliance (CBHA)
Faith Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham
Upon request, a packet can be sent to someone who has recently suffered the violent death of a family member. the packet contains information about official Victim Support Services and the Justice System, grief strategies and words of encouragement.