This year has presented extraordinary challenges for families who have lost a loved one and at Christmas more than ever we understand the need for support from family and community. With the current pandemic we acknowledge that things need to be a little different this year which is why our service will be held online.

Whilst you may not be with us in person this year there are still ways you can participate. During the service a candle lighting ceremony will be held and we invite all to have a candle ready and join us in this ceremony. Take a picture of your candle and and post it to our Facebook page with a message of love. The link our Facebook page can be found at the bottom of this page.

You are also invited to leave a message of love & remembrance on our Guest Book which can be accessed via below or via the livestream page. The link to our livestream is located below.

Heritage & Heritage Funerals, Christmas Memorial Service 2020

Guest Book

12 comments on “Heritage Funeral Christmas Memorial Service”

  1. Chris HARGREAVES says:

    This is our first xmas in 56 years without ma….It’s going to feel very odd, but we are grateful for the lovely send off we had in July. Andrew and Faye were first class and it made the event so much easier to cope with. The days are a struggle but we take comfort in the fact Heritage did ma proud.

  2. Jen Cole says:

    Love and miss you our beautiful Mum…now resting peacefully with Dad xx

  3. Trevor Smith says:

    In memory of Dorothy May Smith. “It broke our hearts to lose you Mother, but you did not go alone. A part of us went with you Mother, when God called you home. If tears could build a stairway, and heartaches make a lane, we’d simply walk our way to heaven and bring you back again. In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still. In our hearts Mother you hold a place that no one can ever fill.” Mother 2020 is our first Xmas without you, a bitter pill to swallow this year and all the years to follow. Rest in peace with your Vern, both of you in the arms of Our Eternal Father.
    Muched loved, sadly missed … Trevor, Sandra, Karen and Families.

  4. Maria Toogood says:

    Dear Janet and the Heritage family for inviting us to participate in the 2020 Christmas Memorial Service. We would like to entrust our memories of our beloved Alan Toogood to you on this special eve.

    We have shared and loved life with Alan, Alan is never more than a thought away and lives always in our hearts. Life at time is empty without you, till we meet again, we miss and love you dearly your Maroula, family and friends.

  5. Joe Scolaro says:

    Loving memories of my darling Joe,

  6. Barbara Crisp says:

    The funeral of my former husband Peter Crisp took place at Wantirna on 29th September.
    I would very much like to participate in the memorial service this evening.
    with thanks

  7. Adrian Heritage says:

    To our dear dad Glenn Heritage. My brother Glenn and I miss you both however we know you are at peace and happy spending time with Mum and Helen. Merry Christmas and yes we are looking after ourselves.

  8. Maxine says:

    Time cannot heal the heartache or stop a silent tear, It won’t take away the memories of you Dad, who we loved so dear. Your life was truly a blessing, your memory a real treasure, You are loved beyond any words and missed beyond measure. Missing you ALWAYS DAD, Daughter Maxine, Gary, Shaun and Chelsea. Your beloved wife Jean, and Son Jason, Carlene and Lily.

  9. Martin Tesar says:

    Thankyou all at Heritage & Heritage for always providing outstanding service and professionalism for celebrating my Fathers life Josef in January 2020
    & My mother Mila and Uncle Vladimir (Frank) back in 2012.
    Best wishes to all the staff & thankyou once again.
    Martin T.

  10. Dennis Bradley says:

    Leo Clarke, Missing you always especially at Christmas, Beloved husband of Mavis, much loved Father, Father in law ,Grandfather and Great Grandfather. Sending lots of love and kisses xxx

  11. Janet Dennison says:

    Loving memories of Lesley Marian Roxburgh
    (26 August 1931 – 20 December 2019).
    Janet & Michael Dennison
    (Toowoomba, Qld)

  12. Karen Palmer Hiney says:

    In January we unexpectedly lost our Wonderful, Inspirational Mum – ‘Merle’.
    We were grateful that we could celebrate her life and honour her, as so many have not been able to do this year.
    Her service was beautiful and a tribute to the person she was and the lives she touched.
    Mum was my Hero and Best Friend, she was the Wind beneath my wings she taught me to fly high and she was everything I hope to be.
    This first Christmas without her will be difficult but my parents taught us to think of others and not dwell on ourselves and what is past, so Christmas Day will honour Mum and Dad – Alan (who passed away in January 2015) by reaching out to others who are alone.
    Thankyou for you kindness and support for both Mum and Dad’s funerals.
    Wishing you all a Blessed Christmas and New Year

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