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2020 Virtual Christmas Service of Remembrance

Christmas is a time of reflection, memories and reminiscing. For you and many others who are grieving, the memories are often focused on family members and friends who have passed away. Our family at the Malcolm, Deavitt & Binhammer Funeral Home want you to know that our sympathy and understanding is with you this Holiday Season.

As our community begins to plan for the upcoming Christmas Season, we remain committed to supporting the steps being taken to manage the Covid-19 pandemic.

It is with this in mind, we share with you and your family, that this year’s Malcolm, Deavitt & Binhammer Funeral Home annual Christmas Service of Remembrance will be held virtually on Saturday December 12th at 2:00p.m. with Rev. Bruce Thompson and Rev. Leena Jensen providing messages of comfort and support.

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2019 Christmas Service of Remembrance























Eric Zadow, Managing Funeral Director of the Malcolm, Deavitt and Binhammer Funeral Home, welcomes our community to the annual Malcolm, Deavitt and Binhammer Funeral Home Christmas Service of Remembrance held at Wesley United Church on Saturday, December 14th.


Christmas is a time for joy and coming together with family and friends.

It can also serve as a painful reminder about the loss of loved ones, whether recently or from years ago.On Saturday December 14th, the Malcolm, Deavitt and Binhammer Funeral Home invited all who are grieving the loss of a loved one this Christmas Season to attend its annual Christmas Service of Remembrance held at Pembroke’s Wesley United Church. In response, more than 150 people attended the service, with Pastor Linda Fuller and Pastor Bruce Thompson providing selected readings and messages of comfort.

Eric Zadow, Managing Director, welcomed those in attendance and reminded everyone “this Christmas will be different from Christmases of past and it is our hope that by attending today, everyone will take with you a sense of comfort, peace and support which will remain, as we approach the upcoming Christmas Season.”
Caitlin Cybulski, Funeral Director, provided a Christmas Prayer of Remembrance, complete with a candle lighting ceremony. As part of the service, the Wesley United Church Choir led the singing of Christmas hymns  The First Noel and Silent Night.
Each family which took part received a Christmas tree ornament as a remembrance of their loved one. A time of fellowship and refreshments was held in the church hall following the service.

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