The loss of a loved one can be particularly poignant in the days and weeks before Christmas and the New Year. Our Light Up a Life services are an uplifting way to come together with your friends and family to remember someone special. Please join us at one of our services. They are open to everyone, not just those touched by hospice care.
Dedicate a light
This is a positive way of remembering someone special, knowing their light is bringing comfort and pleasure to others as well as to you. The light that you sponsor will be one of the lights that shines on Christmas trees at our ceremonies throughout November and December. Make your dedication and donation of your choice here.
Each dedication will be acknowledged with a commemorative dedication card (by post or email) that is yours to keep or pass on to friends and family if you wish.
Attend a Light Up a Life ceremony
Join us at a ceremony where you can light a candle to those whose memory you treasure. These ceremonies are taking place across Herts and Bucks throughout November and December. Find your nearest Light up a Life service below:
Flackwell Heath – Sunday 18 November, 6.30pm
Hemel Hempstead – Sunday 18 November, 4pm
St. Mary’s Church, Old Town
Princes Risborough – Sunday 25 November, 4pm
Duke Street Gardens
Prestwood – Monday 26 November, 7.30pm
Prestwood Village Hall
Beaconsfield – Sunday 2 December, 4pm
St Mary and All Saints Church
St Albans – Sunday 2 December, 4pm
Tring – Sunday 9 December, 4pm
St Peter and St Paul’s Church
High Wycombe – Sunday 9 December, 3.15pm
Union Baptist Church
St Albans – Sunday 9 December, 4pm
Mayor’s carol service, Clock Tower
These are non-denominational ceremonies but can often include a prayer, reading or carols which you can choose to participate in.
Please note that our photographers will be taking pictures at these events. They may be used for press, social media and our website. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform a member of staff.
Why I donate to Light up a Life
Stephanie from Princes Risborough has been donating to Light up a Life for nearly 10 years. To find out why she hasn’t missed a year since she started supporting Rennie Grove in 2008, read Stephanie’s story here.