Marie Curie Christmas Service
1 week ago
16 Dec 2022
End of life charity Marie Curie is inviting members of the community to join them at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on Friday 16th December at 7pm for their first Lights to Remember Service since coronavirus restrictions were lifted.
This special event offers people who have been affected by terminal illness or bereavement the chance to come together at the Cathedral, joined by staff and supporters.
The service will include readings, music, and the time and space to reflect on the cherished memories of loved ones who have died.
Rachel Morris, Bereavement Services and Allied Health Manager at Marie Curie Hospice, Liverpool said:
“Everyone at Marie Curie is really looking forward to welcoming back an event which celebrates the lives of patients.
“It can be an emotional event, but also a really nice moment for families to take time to remember loved ones who have died. It also gives staff from the Liverpool hospice and Marie Curie Nurses across Merseyside time to remember the people they have cared for.”
For anyone unable to attend on the day, or who would prefer to join online there will be a virtual service available on Sunday 18 December, which will remain online for a few weeks afterwards.
The services are completely free to attend but those wishing to go are asked to register by 26 November.