It may only be autumn but one Liverpool charity has already begun planning for Christmas – with a particular focus on helping those among us who have suffered a bereavement.
Nugent’s ‘Light up a Life’ service offers an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of people who are no longer with us, be it family members, friends or others who have inspired and supported us.
The annual remembrance service will be led by Bishop Tom Williams and will take place on 4 December at the Metropolitan Cathedral. Owing to the increased popularity of ‘Light up a Life’, there will be a second service this year at St Teresa’s Church in Upholland.
The service is an opportunity to pray for loved ones and dedicate a light on a Christmas tree to them. All those people who dedicate a light will receive a star which they can hang on the tree with a personalised message. To remember a loved one, we ask for a suggested donation of £5 per dedication with all funds going towards Nugent’s Christmas Appeal.
For more information or to make a dedication, please contact the fundraising team on 0151 261 2000.
Wednesday 4 December 2019 – 12.30pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool; led by Bishop Tom Williams
Sunday 8 December 2019 – 3pm at St Teresa’s Church, Upholland; led by Father Philip Kehoe