Light Up A Life - 7th December 2020

Thank you to all of those who joined us online to watch our live streamed Light Up A Life Service. Whilst we were sad we couldn’t gather together in person we hope you found it comforting to know you were joining with many others in pausing to remember those we have loved and lost.

If you missed the service, would like to watch it again or share with others, please find below a recording of the service.

The Book of Remembrance is available to be downloaded from our website here.

The Order of Service can be printed and downloaded here.

Viewing the light projection on the Cathedral in person on Tuesday 8th & Wednesday 9th December only:

The Cathedral will be lit up with the names of those being remembered on Tuesday 8th & Wednesday 9th December between 5pm -10:30pm

You are very welcome to visit on either of these dates however please respect all social distancing and safety advice.

If you are not able to visit the Cathedral tonight or tomorrow in person but would like to see your loved one’s name illuminated on Guildford Cathedral then please click below to watch a full cycle of the names being projected onto the Cathedral. (Names are displayed in alphabetical order according to surname.)

Thank you to all those who have already made a donation in support of our work through Light Up A Life, we are truly grateful.

If you haven’t yet made a dedication in memory of your loved one you can still do so on our virtual night sky where it will remain until Light Up A Life returns in 2021. Please click here or visit:   (Please note in order for your loved ones name to be projected onto Guildford Cathedral and included in the Book of Remembrance it MUST have reached us by the deadline date of Friday 27th November.)

If you have appreciated our Light Up A Life service and would like to make a donation to support the work of Phyllis Tuckwell this Christmas please click here.

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We would like to thank Guildford Cathedral for kindly allowing us to host this year’s event at the Cathedral.