The Hospice is inviting all communities to come together and be part of a special Light Up a Life remembrance event. Light up a Life aims to provide everyone with a chance to remember, whether your loved one was cared for by St Peter's Hospice or elsewhere, Light up a Life is for everyone who wishes to remember someone in this way.
This year we are reflecting on the theme of 'Gratitude', as we express thanks to our supporters whilst remembering loved ones that are no longer with us. We would like to welcome people of all faiths and communities to enjoy our services with readings and live music:
Salvation Army, Staple Hill
Sunday 5 December, 5pm
The Salvation Army
Staple Hill Citadel Corps
We invite you to commemorate your loved one at this remembrance service. There will be readings, live music and a time for reflection. You can also view The Book of Remembrance at this service if you wish.
St Mary's, Stoke Bishop
Monday 6 December, 6pm
St Mary's Stoke Bishop
This is a new venue for Light Up a Life this year. The service will be held by both Ralph Di Somma, our Multi Faith Team Leader and Revd Jo Morris from the church. We invite you to commemorate your loved one at this remembrance service. There will be readings, music and a time for reflection. You can also view The Book of Remembrance at this service if you wish.
Thursday 9 December, 7pm
This year's online service will be pre-recorded and therefore not a live service, however we do invite you to watch together at home at 7pm on Thursday 9 December. The video will then be available for you to watch from the this date onwards. The service will feature readings from St Peter's Hospice staff, poems and a time for reflection.
Book of Remembrance
If you would like to have your loved one's name inscribed into our Book of Remembrance please visit our Book of Remembrance page for more information.
Staple Hill, Stoke Bishop and onlineDate
05 December 2021
06 December 2021
09 December 2021