Bereaved Parents of the USA
St. Louis Chapter

Invites you, your family, and friends to attend

A Candlelight
Memorial Service
In Memory of our Children

Date: Sunday, December 5, 2021
Registration: 1:30  –  1:45 pm
Service: 2:00 pm

The Summit Church
927 East Terra Lane
O’Fallon, MO 63366

Please RSVP by November 15, 2021

This afternoon is dedicated to the memory of our children who have died, but will never be forgotten. Come hear your child’s name and share in the words of hope, understanding, and beautiful songs dedicated to them.

To register your child(ren)

Slideshow Information:
Along with your RSVP, please send a picture of your child, with a self addressed return envelope for the slide presentation, and a $5 donation for each child. There is no need to send a picture if your child’s picture was included in a previous years presentation. However, please send your response card and donation.

Pre-packaged snacks will be available.  

Plan to stay afterwards for refreshments and informal sharing.

Donations to Support Bereaved Parents of the USA are Welcomed with Registration and is tax deductible to the extent permitted by the IRS.

Donations help us continue to offer hope, understanding, and support to all that have suffered the death of a child.
For more information email us at

More information on Slideshow photos:

Please indicate on the back of the photo: There is no need to send a picture if your child was included in a previous years presentation. 

  • Print the name of your child (How you would want name written under the picture of your child on the slide)
  • Your name and telephone number

Send a self addressed stamped envelope so the picture may be returned to you.
Send $5 donation for each child.

If we do not receive your response and donation, your child’s picture will not appear.

You can email your picture to and mail your RSVP and donation to: BPUSA/St. Louis Chapter, P.O. Box 1115, St. Peters, MO 63376

Participation in the slide presentation is not mandatory. Our organization is founded on the premise that we all grieve differently.
It is the goal of BPUSA to make this a memorable event for all.



is the key to
survival for
bereaved parents
Talk to someone!

And through all the tears,

and the sadness
and the pain,
comes the one thought
that can make me
internally smile again:
   I have Loved!

   *   *   *   *
The first time a memory
slides over us like a wave
of warmth,
we have turned the
corner of our grief.