A Gathering of Healing and Support for Suicide Loss Survivors
Join our Annual Memorial to honor loved ones lost to suicide. At this open event, loss survivors and other members of the Samaritans community come together to connect, find support, and share memories.
Arlington Street Church
351 Boylston St, Boston
January 28, 2024
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm ET
Register by Sunday, December 17, 2023, to submit content for the program book.
After the formal program, attendees are invited to stay for refreshments and conversation.
Presentations and Program Book Submissions
When you register for this event, you have the option to share photos, letters, poems, and other remarks to honor loved ones in our printed program book. You also have the option to read your submission aloud or have someone else from Samaritans read your submission aloud as part of the formal program. Submissions for the formal program can include musical performances, readings, and other remarks. Register by December 17, 2023 to submit content for the program book.
In Person and Virtual
You can join this event either in person or virtually. Virtual participants can watch a livestream of the formal program from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET. If you register to attend virtually, you will receive an email with the link to join virtually in January 2024.
50 Years of Hope
In 1974, Samaritans was founded at Arlington Street Church. At our Annual Memorial in 2024, 50 years later, we will gather in the same place to continue fostering hope for suicide loss survivors.
Virtual Memorial Wall
Share memories of your loved ones on the Facebook event page.
Arlington Street Church is across from the Arlington T Station. We recommend using public transit or using an app like Spot Hero to find parking.
Enter the sanctuary at the front doors at 20 Arlington Street.
Annual Memorial Registration Form
Samaritans 2024 Annual Memorial
Questions about the Annual Memorial?
Contact our Grief Support Services team.
Hear the Journeys of Suicide Loss Survivors
While a loss from suicide can be an incredibly isolating experience, many people have walked this path before. At Samaritans, there is a community of loss survivors who understands your pain.