Memorial Arch

Opening Ceremony
Sunday, December 1st at 2 p.m.
Klyde Warren Park, Dallas

Faith & Grief
Memorial Arch 

The 4th Annual Faith & Grief Memorial Arch, located in Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park, is a place of hope and comfort.

Open daily December 1st through 20th, the Faith & Grief Memorial Arch provides a place to remember your loved ones who have died. You can write your loved ones’ names on ribbons and tie them to the Arch as a symbol of remembrance.

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.

Please join us for the opening ceremony on Sunday, December 1st, at 2 p.m. The Arch is located at the East end of Klyde Warren Park. We hope you will visit the Arch and tie a ribbon to remember your loved ones.

Become Volunteer Host

 Volunteer Hosts will help visitors with writing ribbons and may serve as a potential care team member. Some visitors may need to process their grief and emotions while visiting the Arch. If you would like to help those who are grieving: 

Become a Volunteer Host

The Faith & Grief Memorial Arch Story

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 police officers were killed in the line of duty serving our community.

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

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Your support makes the Faith & Grief Memorial Arch possible for our community.