In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Shepherd’s Cove Hospice invites you once again to spend an evening remembering loved ones you have lost at our annual Lights of Love event. Lights of Love is a special evening of remembrance, a time to reflect on traditions and happy memories of family and friends who have gone before us. We hope you will make plans to join us for this family-friendly holiday event!


Tuesday, December 4, 2018  |  4:30-6:30 p.m.

Shepherd’s Cove Hospice  |  408 Martling Road   |  Albertville, AL 35951  |  256.891.7724


Participation Options:

$10 Sponsor a light on the outdoor tree in memory or honor of a loved one

$25 Sponsor a light on the outdoor tree AND a luminary in the Field of Love on our front lawn

$100 Sponsor a light on the outdoor tree, a luminary in the Field of Love AND take home a hand-painted ornament with your loved ones name on it

Note: If your loved one was served by us in the past year, the light and luminary will be provided at no cost. If you did not receive a letter with this information, please let us know.  


We will honor loved ones through lights on our large outdoor Christmas tree, as well as the beautiful Field of Love luminary display. These luminaries will remain in place through the week of Dec. 4.


We know that everyone copes with grief differently. Therefore, we invite families and individuals to make their way through the evening’s activities at their own pace. We want to give you the opportunity to reflect and remember your loved one in a way that best meets your personal needs.


For those who cannot participate in all the activities because of time or physical limitations, you can still enjoy a “drive-through” experience. We welcome you to travel our circle drive in the front of the building and experience the stunning luminaries in the Field of Love, the shining lights on the Lights of Love tree, and beautiful holiday music.


All proceeds benefit Shepherd’s Cove Hospice. Your participation in this event helps ensure others will receive the support they need when facing end-of-life issues. We hope to see you soon!