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  • July 8th, 2021 by Bob

    Dec 4, 2021 – Angel of Hope Candle Light Vigil at 4:00 PM

    A candlelight healing ceremony will be held at the base of the Angel monument on Saturday December 4, 2021 for all parents and families that have lost their child. This Angel statue is be a symbol of hope, a place to reflect, a place of healing and a special place for people to grieve. There is a great spiritual wonder in this memorial statue. This Angel will be a symbol that will represent and honor our children

    After a few remarks, a moment of silence, the attendees are invited to leave a white flower (flowers and candles will be provided) at the base of the angel statue. The public is welcome.

    The Candle light Memorial Service will held at the base of the Angel of Hope Statue

  • November 30th, 2020 by Bob

    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2020 AT 9 PM EST Angel of Hope “Christmas Box Angel Ceremony” (Facebook Live)

    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2020 AT 9 PM EST – 10 PM EST

    Angel of Hope “Christmas Box Angel Ceremony” (Facebook Live)


    Facebook live, virtual Angel of Hope ceremony on December 6th, 9pm EST.


    This event is for people who have lost children and those seeking to comfort them.

    We normally gather at our statues  but due to COVID-19, the Angel of Hope Candle Light Ceremony at Eisenhower Park is cancelled for 2020.   

    The author of “A Christmas Box”, Richard Paul Evans is hosting this virtual event from his home in Salt Lake City. 

    Richard Paul Evans’ book inspired the original Angel of Hope statue and he has agreed to do a Facebook Live




    The Christmas Box Angel Statue was introduced to the world in the book The Christmas Box, a worldwide bestseller and hit television movie by author Richard Paul Evans. In the book, a woman mourns the loss of her child at the base of an angel monument. Though the story is mostly fiction, the angel monument once existed but is speculated to have been destroyed. The new angel statue was commissioned by Richard Paul Evans, in response to reports that grieving parents were seeking out the angel as a place to grieve and heal. The monument was dedicated on December 6, 1994-corresponding with the date of the child’s death in The Christmas Box. (Coincidentally, Dec. 6th is celebrated in many parts of the world as Children’s Day).