PLEASE JOIN US SUNDAY, November 12, from 11 am – 2 pm for an all-you-can-eat spaghetti lunch and vendor and craft fair at the Weyers Cave Community Center. Free-will donation for the spaghetti lunch!… Read the rest
Our August 2013 Newsletter is now available.
Read an update about our miscarriage support meetings, the next one is Thursday, August 1, and see photos of our annual picnic. We also have info about submitting your child’s information for our candlelight ceremony and an opportunity to volunteer on our behalf at the Rockingham County Fair. As always, the monthly remembrances help us keep each family in our hearts on their significant days.
If you would like copies of our newsletter or brochures for your office, please contact us.
Here is the link again.… Read the rest
Our December newsletter is filled with upcoming events like the Bereaved Parents Memorial Tree Service, the Candlelight Ceremony and a Christmas Coffee. It also includes “thank you’s” to many individuals and families, and opportunities to come together as bereaved families to remember our children together. We are here for you through the holidays and beyond, because the path of grief after losing a child should never be walked alone.… Read the rest
This is an event at Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren April 29, 6 p.m., that I wanted to extend to the child-loss community. The invitation is as follows…
Are you carrying a burden? Going through a trial? Based on James 1:2-4 and inspired by the many people in our lives that are facing difficulties, Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren is hosting a “Count it all Joy Service and Celebration.”… Read the rest
I remember randomly turning on the TV the morning of April 16, 2007. I was horrified by the news that was taking place before my eyes as the tragedy at VA Tech unfolded. I was home, babysitting a few children. To this day, I am not sure why I felt compelled to turn the news on that morning, something I rarely did when the children were around.
I was speechless. I was angry. I felt helpless. I could not relate.… Read the rest