Issue 14 • Summer 2010
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Issue 14: Summer 2010

A New Place for Reflection The City Peace Garden

Good Mourning with Carole McLeod: Preserving the Love and Memories

Caring for the Entire Family

New Reception Center at Tyrone Location

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A New Place for Reflection The City
Peace Garden

When demolition began on the First Baptist Church in St. Petersburg last year, many wondered why the beautiful old building was being destroyed. They didn't know it was the beginning of a transformation.

After being vacant for many years, the renovated church sanctuary will become part of the City Peace Garden, the largest all-faiths columbarium in the Tampa Bay area.

Complete with a meditative garden, fountain and gazebo, the space will offer 2,000 glass-fronted niches inside the sanctuary, restored to preserve the magnificent entrance including the portico and columns. Another 1000 granite niches with bronze plaques will be located in the garden itself.

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Preserving the Love and Memories

Do you have a relationship with your loved ones after they die? Yes. We have been given two precious gifts that will help you through your grief journey. The first one is love; the love you had for your loved one will never leave you. At the beginning of your grief journey it may be very difficult to think about the love that was between the two of you; it might be too painful to remember.

The second gift is one of memory; we will never forget them. One of the myths of grieving is that we should become detached from the person we love, that over time the memories will fade and the love is removed from our life.

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Caring for the Entire Family

The day Sarah's Irish Setter got stuck in the mud around her pond because his back legs were atrophied with arthritis, the vet recommended he be euthanized.

"I couldn't imagine what life would be like without him," she says. "How was I going to tell my kids? He was a member of our family. It was one of the most difficult things I've ever gone through."

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New Reception Center at Tyrone Location

St. Petersburg Funeral reception roomAll of life's celebrations include a feast. Sharing food with family during times of joy and sadness brings comfort; it nourishes the body while the intimacy experienced nurtures the soul. Enjoying a meal after a funeral ceremony is a wonderful way to alleviate stress and unwind.

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