We are asking you to dedicate a light in memory of someone special this Christmas.
“Christmas is a time for family. If you have lost someone, that’s when you notice the empty chair or the present you aren’t buying. Remembering that person with a light will help you through a difficult time of year, whilst enabling St Barnabas Hospice to care for those most vulnerable.”
We are asking you to dedicate a light in memory of someone special this Christmas time. Your loved one’s light will join thousands of others on our beautiful Tree of Life which stands proudly outside Lincoln Cathedral each year.
Usually we would host countywide Light up a Life events, however this isn’t possible this year due to the ongoing pandemic. Light up a Life means so much to us at St Barnabas, as well as to all our supporters, so we have made sure that the coronavirus won’t disrupt it entirely…
We are honoured to be able to bring you all together with one extra special Light up a Life celebration this year. Join us from the comfort and safety of your own home on Tuesday 24th November at 7pm as we host our first ever virtual Light up a Life service and Torchlight Procession live from our website.
Light up a Life is a unique celebration. It is a special time for families and friends to join together and remember loved ones at such a difficult time of year. The virtual service will feature touching readings, music and time for quiet reflection. We will also light candles in remembrance of our loved ones and invite you to do the same at home.
Please remember that Light up a Life is for everyone who has experienced loss, not just those who have been affected by hospice care.