Festival of Light - Sunday 1 December

Dedicate a light to remember and
celebrate the life of someone special

Our annual Festival of Light brings together our St Luke's community, to gather and remember loved ones as we light up our gardens with hundreds of lights, offering a chance to pause and remember those we miss.

Dedicate a light in memory of a loved one and help us to light up our virtual Sheffield night sky. Every donation we receive will help us to continue caring for people across Sheffield who are affected by terminal illness.

Dedicate now


Join us in the St Luke's garden for:

Festival of Light
Sunday 1 December
5pm-7pm
St Luke’s, Little Common Lane


FoL Leaflet 4pp


Chris and Mary

Chris and Mary

For Chris' wife Mary, their family and friends, Festival of Light is an ideal time to come together to remember Chris and support St Luke's.

“It was spring 2018 when we were  told the tumour was untreatable.  A St Luke’s Community Nurse started to visit Chris at home, she gave us practical support and always made time to talk. Chris had been feeling depressed but going to St Luke’s absolutely changed his mood. He just loved going there. Those days at St Luke’s were good  for me too. I could have a coffee, read a book and it was comforting to be there. 

I felt the team were always there for us. Every single person is friendly and caring. It’s like a family, there’s always someone to talk to and nothing is too much trouble. If I could have written the perfect end for Chris, it would have been how it was at St Luke’s. Everything about the place is comforting, friendly and safe.

We’ll always go along to Festival of Light as it means something very personal to us now. Everyone there has been through the same thing, so you feel that support from the whole crowd. Chris would have loved to see us all there together, for him. It’s a fantastic way to support St Luke’s and remember your loved ones.”
Dedicate now


For more information please contact the Fundraising Team on 0114 235 7551 or email fundraisingevents@hospicesheffield.co.uk

HenryBoot