Southern Hospitality

Southern Hospitality is abundant in our culture. Even young children are taught to offer friends a toy or snack when they visit. And throughout our lives we become accustomed to being treated in a certain way when at a friend’s or loved one’s home.   The root of the word hospitality comes from Greek, meaning […]

Hope & Remembrance Service Set for Tuesday, May 9 at 6 p.m.

Hope & Remembrance is a memorial service to honor and remember family members who have died. Held twice annually in our garden chapel, it offers a simple and moving service that is open to everyone in the community. Held in the evening, the garden is energized as young and old gather together for a single […]

Project HOPE: Where Youth Learn to Grieve and Heal

Designed to encourage children experiencing grief related to loss, Project HOPE furnishes a safe, supportive environment for kids to embark on the journey through grief toward embracing life. Art therapy activities and counselors help children realize that others are there to support them, and to reveal that while the grief experience is personal, others are […]

Jeanne Robertson to Headline Hospice & Community Care’s 5th Annual LOL Event

LOL, the nickname of our annual Labor of Love event, is set for Thursday, Sept. 7. Headlining this year is humorist Jeanne Robertson. An encore performance, Jeanne returns with her special flavor of humor. Celebrating laughter, hope, and healing, LOL is supported primarily by sponsorships. Please consider a donation to support this fabulous night of […]