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RSVP to a Memorial Service or Register for a Workshop

Please contact Pathways Bereavement Program for more information.

Pathways Home Health and Hospice: Serving Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Western Contra Costa Counties in the Northern Bay Area
To RSVP to one of our Memorial Services or to register for, one of our Workshops, please contact Linda Woodsmall at 408-773-4319 or Tom May at 408-773-4329

You can also email us at bereavement@pathwayshealth.org

DONATIONS

Please click on this Donation link in order to show your support for our bereavement program. In the comment section please note that your donation is in remembrance of someone who has died or in appreciation for the bereavement support offered by Pathways.

Memorial Services

MEMORIALS

 Celebration of Light Memorial Service: Follow this link for updated information

Each December, this memorial service brings light and warmth to the winter season. During this time of gathering we remember our loved ones with music, readings, reflections and a candle-lighting ritual that highlights the importance of light in six major faith traditions.  We also provide the opportunity for you light a candle for your loved one as we collectively honor their life.

Afternoon of Remembrance Memorial Service: Follow this link for updated information

In May, with the ushering in of Memorial Day, graduations, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day we are often reminded of the absence of our loved one.  As a way to honor those special people whose absence we miss dearly, Pathways offers a time to come together to foster renewal and growth through music, readings, reflections and collectively creating a large flower bouquet.

Pathways Through the Holidays:

Pathways offers a workshop each October called Pathways Through the Holidays.  As winter holidays approach, grieving families sometimes struggle.  The world celebrates and they grieve.  We offer a place to come for exchanging ideas on how to cope, to receive support and to honor and remember our loved ones.