August 14, 2022 | 2:00 pm-3:30 pm
The butterfly has long been a symbol of hope for people around the world. The caterpillar disappears into a cocoon, appearing dead to all around. Later, it emerges, having transformed into something more beautiful and powerful than it was. Early Christians adopted the butterfly as a symbol of resurrection, of Easter joy. The creature reminds us of its Creator, who sent His Son into unassuming human flesh, who died and was buried in a tomb, who rose again, and who promises life to all who trust in Him. The butterfly is a natural testimony to us of Jesus’ words, “Because I live, you shall also live.” (John 14:19b)
Our annual Butterfly Release, hosted by Good Samaritan Hospice, a mission of Concordia, represents some of the many bereavement support services designed to guide the patient’s family and friends through the challenges of grief as they adjust to loss.
Sunday, August 14, 2022 from 2 – 3:30 p.m.
The Rotary Shelter at Cranberry Township Community Park
Past the Kid’s Castle Park and the Baseball Fields. Seating is limited, so please bring your own chairs or blankets to the event.
You are invited to honor and celebrate the memory of your loved ones through this unique Memorial Event. The event is free to attend, with butterflies to be released at $15 each or two (2) for $25. Walk-ups are welcome, but pre-registration is highly encouraged by July 1 to guarantee a butterfly.
To register for either event, click here to be taken to our registration portal or call 724-352-1571, ext. 8355.