Memorial Arch

6th Annual Faith & Grief Memorial Arch

November 27 – December 19, 2021

The Faith & Grief Memorial Arch is a place of hope and comfort. The Arch provides you a place to remember your loved ones each year during the December holidays in Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park.

Come remember your loved ones who have died by writing the name of your loved one on a ribbon and tying the ribbon to the Arch as a symbol of remembrance.  Not able to visit this year,  request a ribbon and we will add it to the Arch for you.

Faith & Grief acknowledges the social, mental, and spiritual challenges of bereaved individuals and families surrounding the holidays, as well as the importance of remembering loved ones.

We recognize the sacredness of the ribbons added to the Arch each year. In recognition of our 10th Anniversary, artist Pamela Nelson has created a signature art installation, River of Time with the ribbons on exhibit at the Crow Museum during the month of November, 2021.

The Story of Faith & Grief Memorial Arch 

Out of Tragedy, Hope 

The first year of the Faith & Grief Memorial Arch was a direct response to the tragedy the City of Dallas experienced during the summer of 2016, when five first responders were killed in the line of duty after a community vigil and march remembering those killed by violence.

The Faith & Grief Memorial Arch was created to give the community and the families affected by these tragedies a place to gather and find comfort.

Become a Memorial Arch Sponsor

You or your organization can support this project and give the community a place to remember love.  You can download a sponsor flyer to learn more about how you can support the Faith & Grief Memorial Arch.

Thank You to Our 2021 Sponsors

The Faith & Grief Memorial Arch would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and individuals who support our programs throughout the year.

Mark and Geralyn Kever