This session works well just prior to Memorial Day (May 30), as well as in anticipation of All Saints/All Souls Days (Nov 1-2). Generally, we don’t like to talk about death, especially within earshot of children. Yet, death is a part of life, and it’s important for all of us to learn healthy ways to think about, talk about it, and embrace our feelings about it. It’s also important for us to remember well those who we’ve loved and who have died. This session provides a great opportunity for the adult community to model to children and teens a healthy, faith-filled view of death.