St. Thaddeus Episcopal Church To Host Candlelight Service For National Month Of Remembrance For Pregnancy And Infant Loss

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

A candlelight service for the National Month of Remembrance for Pregnancy & Infant Loss will be Thursday, Oct. 15, at St. Thaddeus Episcopal Church. 

This memorial service will also include a balloon release and a reception following the service. 

Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. and then the service will begin at 6:15 p.m. This service is for anyone who has been through the death of an infant during pregnancy or after birth. 

This service is sponsored by Hospice of Chattanooga. 

Contact Christy Bonner at 423 892-4289 or Christy_bonner@hospiceofchattanooga.org with any questions. 

Registration is not required but you can register for this event at: http://grace-peace.eventbrite.com

Directions: St Thaddeus is just north and east of the intersection of Highways 58 and 153. Turn north at the traffic light onto Murray Hills Drive. Pass one intersection and turn left on Locksley Drive. St Thaddeus Church, 4300 Locksley Lane, Chattanooga.



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