Lights Of Love Appeal 2021

21 November 2021 - 5 December 2021

Remember your loved one this Christmas

Our Lights of Love Appeal is a fantastic way for us to come together as a community at Christmas to remember our loved ones and reflect together.

Take part in our appeal and join us in dedicating a light to remember your loved ones past and present and treasure a special moment this Christmas.

Dedicate your light

Make your dedication online and add it to our online dedication page, along with a chosen photo, message or memory.

We will be updating our printed 2021 Book of Remembrance in December, please ensure all dedications are made by the 13th December.  All names will be displayed around our Christmas Trees situated at ASDA Bromsgrove and the Kingfisher Shopping Centre and will also be available to view in our Books of Memory at each church service.

(Please note any dedications made after 13th December will be added to our online book only.)

Lights of Love Services

We are delighted to welcome the return of our Lights of Love services, please join as at any of the following:

St John the Baptist Church, Bromsgrove – Sunday 21st November at 6.00p.m.

Download our Order of Service here: Bromsgrove Order of Service 2021

If you are unable to attend we will be streaming our Bromsgrove service live on our Facebook page and you will be able to watch the service back afterwards –

Beacon Church Centre, Rubery – Sunday 28th November at 4.00p.m.

Download our Order of Service here: Rubery Order of Service 2021

St Stephens Church, Redditch – Sunday 5th December at 3.00p.m.

Download our Order of Service here: Redditch Order of Service 2021


Paul’s Story

“This will be our first Christmas without Michelle, my beloved wife, best friend and mom to our 11 year old son, Curtis.

Mel was diagnosed with cancer in 2017, despite this her determination and positivity shone through.  She lived with this for four years before dying on 14th January 2021, surrounded by her closest family members.

We knew that last Christmas would be our final one together as a family, Mel made sure that all the presents were bought by the end of November.  We always admired her organisation, and we still miss it to this day.

Despite Mel’s illness, we kept our family traditions alive as much as possible.  Although we weren’t able to dance together as a family when the clock struck midnight, we still woke Mel up to ensure she was with Curtis and I to see in the New Year.