With churches closed and the coronavirus lockdown firmly in place, the UK faces a very different Easter this year. More and more people each day experience the sudden loss of a friend or family member. Others fear deeply for loved ones who are elderly or vulnerable.
So how does the Easter story of death and resurrection help at this traumatic time, indeed does it help at all? In this edition of Things Unseen, Emily Buchanan talks to two remarkable women, including our own Trustee, Maria Ahern who have survived terrible sudden bereavement:
Can their experience enable others to cope better, with the loss of a child or the current crisis? And when the chips are down, how can faith help those who have lost a loved one find new hope?
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