Memorials

Each year on December 6 at 7 p.m., a Candlelight Memorial Service is held at the Angel of Hope.  All are welcome to attend in memory of your beloved child/children.

The Angel of Hope is an exact replica of a Christmas Box “Angel” statue, located in Salt Lake City, Utah and stands as a symbol of hope for all parents who have experienced the death of a child.  The Angel of Hope is based on the angel statue in Richard Paul Evans’ best-selling novel, The Christmas Box.

To honor our children’s memories, memorial bricks can be placed around the base of the Angel of Hope statue.  The statue and the surrounding area are intended to be a place of healing for all bereaved parents, family members and friends.

Your Angel of Hope Memorial Brick will be a treasured gift for years to come.  Engraved with an individually personalized message of remembrance, each brick is 4″ x 8″ with three lines of text available for engraving, twenty (2) characters per line, including all spacing and punctuation.

Memorial Brick Order Form

The Parks and Recreation Department is currently revising the Memorial Bench and Tree Program.  Please check back for details.