BRAMCOTE CHRISTMAS SERVICE TO REMEMBER LOVED ONES

serviceFAMILIES AND FRIENDS can remember their loved ones during the Festive Season at the annual Christmas Service of Remembrance at the Bramcote Crematorium on Sunday 4th December.

The service starts at 2.00pm in the Serenity chapel and will be led by Reverend Michael Grantham.

The service, which has become a poignant feature in the Crematorium’s calendar will last about an hour and include readings, prayers and Carols, with musical contributions from Soloist Sarah Carlin.

On arrival at the chapel, members of the congregation will be invited to light a candle in memory of their loved ones, whose names can also be read out during the act of remembrance, if the family so wish.

This service has become a very popular event and can attract a large attendance. It is recommended that people arrive early to ensure a seat within the chapel and children of all ages are most welcome. The Serenity chapel doors will be open from 1.15pm.

Following the service, seasonal refreshments will be available in the chapel.

Comments from previous services have included:

  • ‘A thoroughly enjoyable service’
  • ‘Very Moving’
  • ‘A rewarding experience’
  • ‘A beautiful way to remember your loved ones at Christmas’
  • ‘I was very moved by this service’
  • ‘Lovely service, well thought through’

For more information, please contact Bramcote Crematorium

on 0115 917 3849, email bramcotecrem@broxtowe.gov.uk

or visit www.bramcotebereavement.org

 

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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