Lodge Brothers serve the community is many ways

Lodge Brothers have a large range of ways to remember your loved ones memory. They have some really beautiful lawn memorials headstones and classic memorials to choose from. Making the decision is very difficult and one which Lodge brothers dedicated and experienced staff will assist you with.

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Not only are are they involved in all aspects of funeral arranging they are actively involved in many ways within the community. They pride themselves in being involved and being able to give of their time. Read some of the community initiatives they have been involved with recently.

On Sunday 2nd February 2014 the family support team of St John’s Hospice, Moggerhanger held a Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving at the Parish Church of St John the Evangelist. Chere Hunter welcomed a large congregation to St Johns Church. After the lighting of a candle the congregation all joined in a bidding prayer. The hymn Love divine, all loves excelling was sung followed by a reading from Isaiah and the Act of remembrance. Members of St John’s Hospice staff read verses from the Roll of Remembrance which was interspersed with the reading of names of those who died over the past four months. After prayers a second hymn Lord, for the tears was sung. During the service children coloured in pictures and these were attached to blue and white balloons.

The balloons were released in the churchyard after the final blessing. Volunteers kindly served tea and cake after the service and members of the family support team, bereavement volunteers and members of the chaplaincy team were available to offer support. Jill Little, a member of the family support team said,”I find being involved with these services very rewarding and I am very grateful to Woodman and Sons for donating the balloons”.

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