Every year we join together in solidarity and hope at Christmas to remember those missing to us, and those who we have lost.
Families, people who have been missing, supporters, staff and volunteers come together for a very special Carol Service at this poignant time of year.
Join us on Monday 14 December from 7 pm for our first Evening of Hope at Christmas.
Unfortunately, we are unable to host our usual Carol Service this year, but we are delighted to present a virtual night of festivities from the comfort of your own home instead.
Enjoy traditional carols, moving musical performances and powerful poetry performed by people affected by missing. Plus, get an exclusive look into how your support helps us to be a lifeline when someone disappears.
We will be joined by some special guests, including HRH The Duchess of Gloucester GCVO, Patron Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, Amanda Holden, Amanda Redman MBE, Mike Christie from G4 and more. We are also delighted to feature messages from our valued partners People’s Postcode Lottery and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.
“I’m so happy to attend this event. It is such a special time to be able to remember loved ones in a beautiful Christmas service. Meeting others in the same position also helps.”
Thank you to everyone who attended our first Evening of Hope on Monday the 14th of December 2020!
If you missed it, do not worry! The whole service can view whenever you like via the link below.
Thank you to the National Crime Agency for supporting this event