Memorial Illumination events

Memorial Illumination Events

“While providing exceptional care you also comfort family members and address their many needs. I could not have asked for a more sacred and loving atmosphere. Thank you for such a meaningful gift.”

Honoring Loved Ones

Grieving the death of a loved one is a natural part of healing. The oldest and most experienced hospice in the region, Hospice of the Piedmont’s Center for Grief & Healing provides mourners an understanding and supportive environment in which to process their grief in the year following a loved one’s death.

Our beautiful, non-denominational winter Memorial Illumination and spring memorial services offer healing, growth, and comfort for community members who have lost loved ones.

Charlottesville:
Thursday, December 7
Illumination program begins at 6:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church, 500 Park Street, Charlottesville
To purchase luminaries for the Charlottesville event, please click here.

Culpeper:
Thursday, November 30
Illumination program begins at 6 p.m.
Culpeper United Methodist Church, 1233 Oaklawn Drive, Culpeper

To purchase luminaries for the Culpeper event, please click on this order form,
print and return it to our office (address listed on order form).

Please join us for a beautiful, light-filled ceremony in your community. This non-denominational, candlelight service is open to the public and provides a meaningful opportunity to celebrate those whose lives you’ve shared. No prior relationship to this or any hospice is required to attend. Donations are not required for attendance.

Community members are invited to ‘light a light’ to honor and remember the lives of loved ones. For each contribution, a light will shine at the event and a tribute card will be sent to you so that you can let family and friends know about the luminary given in their loved one’s name. With each gift, you are not only celebrating the lives of those dear to you, you’re also making a difference in the lives of others. Your donation sustains Hospice of the Piedmont in its mission to positively transform the way people view and experience serious illness, dying, and grief. For donation information, call 434-972-3568.

Can’t get beyond the pain of losing a loved one?
We know what you’re going through.
Contact Hospice of the Piedmont for grief support now
1-800-975-5501, 434-817-6900, or bereavementinfo@hopva.org.