Primrose Hospice’s chaplain Keith Judson has created Time to Remember, a special online service for you to take time at home to remember a loved one.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a particularly difficult time – especially for those who have lost a loved one.
Keith invites you to take a quiet moment at home to remember your friend or family member.
There are readings, hymns and a song written by Keith especially for Primrose Hospice.
The online service replaces two similar events due to take place at the hospice under our Memory Tree.
Both were cancelled because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Where will it be taking place?
A Time to Remember will go live on the Primrose Hospice Facebook page at 7.30pm on Wednesday, July 15.
You can join in from the comfort of your own home with family members.
Alternatively, use it as a chance to gather together over video call with distant relatives.
If you aren’t able to watch the video on July 15, it will be available on the Primrose Hospice Facebook page as well as on the website for you to choose a quiet moment for reflection.
Do you need Primrose Hospice’s bereavement support?
If you are in north east Worcestershire and finding it difficult coping with the death of a loved one, Primrose Hospice is here for you.
Even if your loved one was not cared for by Primrose, we still may be able to offer support.
We offer bereavement support services for adults and children
Take a look at the Family Support section of our website for information or call 01527 871051.