Memorial Arch

A Place for Hope & Comfort

We recognize that the holiday season can bring sadness and a swirl of conflicting emotions for those who are grieving. The Memorial Arch provides a place to remember your loved ones by writing their names on ribbons and tying them to the arch with names of others who we remember.

Three Services of Remembrance

Join us at the east end of Klyde Warren Park from December 1 – 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to write the names of your loved one on a remembrance ribbon, tie it to the arch and have moments of personal reflection. You are also invited to attend any or all of our services of remembrance.


December 3 at 6:30 p.m.
This interfaith service provides a space for individuals, families, and communities to gather as one to remember those we have lost.


December 7 at Noon (Cancelled Due to Weather)
On the day we commit as a nation to remember the brave men and women who fought at Pearl Harbor, we gather again as a community to honor all veterans who have served our country.


December 18 at 6:30 p.m.
On the longest night of the year, we gather at this interfaith prayer service to acknowledge the pain that loss brings and to cling to the hope that as we walk through our grief, light shines on the other side. 

Want to volunteer?

Volunteers are needed to man the arch from December 1 – 21. Please consider giving of your time to help grieving families.