Virtual Remembrance Ceremony Brings Us Together in Grief

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We are not alone in our heartache and grief when we lose a loved one, though our isolation because of physical distancing can make it feel as if we are. Two Denver Hospice grief counselors guided a candlelight remembrance ritual to help those whose loved one has passed find support and community. 

We held a virtual ceremony together, and viewed the video on June 9 to remember our loved ones together. This meaningful but simple ceremony can be done from anywhere. 

Until we are able to host everyone again in person, please feel free to incorporate a ceremony into your grief journey. You will need a quiet space, two candles – a smaller candle like a tea light, and a larger-size candle, a lighter, and ten minutes to focus on your loved one. Consider turning your phone on silent, turning down lights and finding a comfortable place to settle in to focus your reflections. 

The Denver Hospice’s Grief Center is open to support you during this difficult time, or any time. Please reach out:

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