Make space for your grief and honor your baby after miscarriage, stillbirth, or other forms of infant loss
We know the deep pain of losing a baby. We also know there’s no blueprint for parents to know how to grieve or commemorate their baby’s life after miscarriage, stillbirth, or other forms of pregnancy and infant loss. It can be confusing and disorienting on top of the sorrow. We sometimes feel misunderstood or unsure if our grief is too much or not enough. Sometimes we hardly know what we feel other than heartbroken.
Our prayer is that this simple remembrance service will provide you space to grieve with hope. Together we will make time to lament, time to reflect, time to honor your baby, time to receive comfort from Jesus, time to give thanks that we’re not alone, and—most importantly—time to hope.
Please join us on International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day (October 15) for a special faith-based service to remember your baby. The pregnancy and infant loss remembrance service will stream live online so you can join from the privacy of your own home, yet still connect with other bereaved mothers, fathers, family members, and loved ones across the world.
Along with our wonderful team of contributors, we’re honored to serve you in your loss. Find all the details you need and share your baby’s name here.
Adriel & Ryan Booker