Coping with the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult challenges we face. Understanding the grief process and sharing with other individuals in a supportive and caring environment can lead to acceptance, personal growth and recovery.

In an effort to help participants move forward with their lives, the Edina Coalition for Grief Support offers a short-term program for adults who are experiencing grief due to the death of a loved one. The focus is on education and group support in a safe and confidential environment. We are a nondenominational group inclusive of all backgrounds.


Professional therapists, former participants and others knowledgeable about grief, provide education about the effects of grief and its healthy resolution.

Small Group Discussion

The small group provides a safe and confidential place for discussion, support and connection. Groups are organized by individual loss: spouse loss, child loss, family/friend loss. A trained facilitator, who has experienced personal loss, leads each group.


Donations fund the work of the Edina Coalition for Grief Support.  Operating expenses including speaker fees, written materials, facilitator training, etc., are partially covered by contributions from our supporting churches and organizations.   We accept donations at our weekly meetings.