PeaceHealth chaplains offering services of remembrance

Services will provide comfort to families in southwest Washington grieving the loss of a child

VANCOUVER — PeaceHealth chaplains will offer two “Services of Remembrance” in October to provide comfort for all families in southwest Washington who are grieving the loss of a child. 

“This is a time to remember the little ones, to support their families and any families who have experienced the death of a child,” said Susan Lanford, M.Div, Director of Mission and Volunteer Services for PeaceHealth’s Columbia Network.

PeaceHealth chaplain services will provide comfort to families in southwest Washington grieving the loss of a child. Photo by Mike Schultz
PeaceHealth chaplain services will provide comfort to families in southwest Washington grieving the loss of a child. Photo by Mike Schultz

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center chaplains will hold a Service of Remembrance for Clark County area families on Sat. Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. at Evergreen Memorial Gardens, located at 1101 NE 112th Avenue in Vancouver, in the Little Angels Memorial Garden. 

The Vancouver service is provided by PeaceHealth Southwest Spiritual Care Services, the PeaceHealth Southwest Family Birth Center, PeaceHealth Hope Bereavement Services, and Evergreen Memorial Gardens. For more information, contact PeaceHealth Southwest Spiritual Care at (360) 514-2257.

PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center chaplains will hold a second Service of Remembrance for Cowlitz County area families on Wed., Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. at Longview Memorial Park, located at 5050 Mt. Solo Road in Longview. 

The Longview service is provided by PeaceHealth St. John Spiritual Care Services, PeaceHealth St. John’s Birth Center, and Longview Memorial Park. For more information please contact PeaceHealth Spiritual Care at (360) 414-7575.

Information provided by PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center

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