In Loving Memory: A Virtual Remembrance Ceremony

Nov. 2, 2020

7–7:45 p.m.
Virtual event using Zoom
Free; calling rates apply if calling in for the ceremony

Loved ones of those who have died this past year while in the hospital or being cared for through the hospice program are invited to attend this virtual event.

The theme for this program is reflected in a children’s book called The Invisible String by Patrice Karst. In the book, Karst shares the thought that people who love each other are always connected by a very special string made of love." Through readings, music and reflection, we will share ideas that remind us all that love is ours to keep.

To continue this theme after the ceremony, consider tying a string, yarn, ribbon or cord in your yard or home. Place it somewhere where you can see it often, as another remembrance of your loved one and the ties that bind you to them in love and memory. You can do this as a family, with friends or individually. Take a moment to remember that person as you attach the string.

If you would like to attend:
  1. Register for the event. There may be limited connections for this event, depending on interest. If your family is participating using more than one device (computer, tablet or phone), register one time for each device. You are welcome to attend as a family on one device.
  2. You will receive a registration confirmation email from Lisa De Sieno that will have the link you’ll need the day of the event. Be sure to keep this email message. Check your junk folder if you don’t receive it.
  3. Zoom browserOn Nov. 2, click on the link in the registration confirmation email from Lisa De Sieno a few minutes before 7 p.m. to start the event. Select the "join with browser" option (see image) to connect without needing to download a program. Downloading a program takes time.
  4. Sometimes there are technical issues when joining a virtual meeting. If the link does not work, call the phone number in your confirmation email to listen to the event. Calling rates apply if calling in for the ceremony.