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The Clinebell Institute at:
Claremont School of Theology

Butler Building 3rd Floor
1325 N. College Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711-3199
Fax: 909-447-6351
Email: TCI@cst.edu

Clinical Offices of
The Clinebell Institute at:
The Claremont United Methodist Church

211 West Foothill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711




Common Threads Project
Children, Youth, and Family Weekly Support Group

Inland Hospice and the Clinebell Institute
are partnering to offer grief and bereavement support groups
for Children, Youth, and Families.

Grieving is a process that very often involves the entire family, not an individual child or adult. Families do tend to grieve as a whole providing they have the right information and guidance. Children have a unique way of mirroring the progress, or lack of progress, of their families through these difficult times. When all parts of the family is brought together in a supportive environment, growth, bonding and love can be achieved.

When & Where
Pomona Unified School District
Village at Indian Hill, Entrance One
1444 Holt Avenue
Pomona, CA 91767


Tuesdays 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Groups offered concurrently
Children:  ages 6-11
Youth:  ages 12-17

Call today to register or for more information
(909) 399-3289

Offered free of charge by Inland Hospice & The Clinebell Institute

*** Go to "Upcoming Events" section for dates ***





Click on the following link to view newsletter:

The Clinebell Institute's Newsletter Issue No 1 Summer 2011 is now available.





Marriage and Family Ministries
Around the United Methodist Connection
Special Announcements - January 7, 2013


1) National Marriage Week USA is coming up quickly, February 7-14, 2013. If you have not already made plans to use this occasion to highlight marriage-strengthening activities in your area, start planning now to become part of this vital annual campaign as soon as possible. Watch and share this video for inspiration and information.
The video is also available at www.NationalMarriageWeekUSA.org along with other information and suggested resources.

2. Free webinar series on relationship education for youth -- for parents, teachers, and those who work with youth. The Dibble Institute is hosting a free Second Wednesday Webinar series beginning January 9, 2013! Every month guest speakers, program authors, or Dibble staff will bring you insight on timely topics related to teen/young adult romantic relationship issues, research, and programs. Join us to stay up-to-date on the latest information about guiding youth to healthy relationships. Learn more, and register today at www.DibbleInstitute.org to participate live. About three days after each webinar, the recording will be posted on the website, providing free access to everyone interested. Share this opportunity with parents, teachers, and anyone who works with youth.

3) The National Association for Relationship and Marriage Education (NARME) is also offering a series of webinars, free to members of the organization, to non-members for a small fee, addressing various relevant issues. Visit www.narme.org and click on Webinars and News to learn more.
Praying for blessings of energy and enthusiasm to utilize these great resources ,

Jane P. Ives
United Methodist Marriage and Family Ministries Consultant
10 Quaker Lane, Portland, ME 04103, 207-797-8930, JaneIves@aol.com  



What's New

Click on the following link to see Sam Lee's article:

Sam Lee, wrote on What All Pastors Need To Know About Premarital Education, for Circuit Rider and Ministry Matters.




"A divorce may cause more carbon dioxide emmissions than an additional birth" - UN State of the World Population report, 2009

Click on this link to full article in Psychology Today

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