Celebrating 5 Years!

We celebrated 5 years of serving the community through Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society. Thanks for journeying alonsgide us!

(Photo: Betty Hansen, Marg Laux, Colleen Davidson, Pastor John Theiss and Cindy Young, Rose Anderson, Linda Currie. Missing: Angela MacDonald, Jenn Thom, Alana Alvis.)

Update! AGM – Now June 2, 2021

Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society


  June 2, 2021   6:30 p.m.

Linda Currie’s Quonset   Covid rules apply.

Please RSVP May 31/21 if you are able to attend to make seating arrangements.


Spring Virtual Memorial Service – March 21/21

You are cordially invited to attend a virtual memorial service in memory of the loss of your loved one who passed away between July 01, 2020 and December 31, 2020. 

Your family and friends are welcome to view our service online @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9RXShEEkOA

This non-denominational service is in honor of the loss of the loved family and friends in our community. To ensure your loved one is recognized, please email us at prhpcs@gmail.com giving us name and date of passing.

Next Fall Virtual Memorial Service will be Sept. 19th, 2021 2:00 p.m. 

Bereavement Group

Grief is a process, a journey with no specific time lines.  It involves not only the physical loss of a special person, but the loss of roles we had in conjunction with that person.  It can be a very old loss, or a very current one. 

PRHPCS is offering you an opportunity to help navigate this journey. We will be meeting the 1st and 3rd Monday of everyone month at the Prairie Pioneers board room at 7 pm. We hope to share with you some of the challenges, and with general discussion and sharing, help you to move forward through this stressful time.  Please feel free to bring a friend. 

Topic/Discussion Schedule:

  • Understanding Grief – Nov 16th (Janice)
  • How has this loss affected me and my family – Dec. 7th (John)
  • Moving through grief  – Jan. 18th  (Janice)
  • Making sense of intense grief – Feb. 1st ( John)
  • Managing difficult situations – March 1st ( Janice)
  • Caring for self – March 15th (John)
  • When life starts to get better – April 19th (Janice and John)

PRHPCS Bereavement Evening last of the series is April 19th @ Pioneer Pioneer Boardroom @ 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please wear a mask – covid rules will be in place.  For more information contact us @ prhpcs@gmail.com.


The final session of 2020/2021 Bereavement Group will be held on Monday, April 19, at the Prairie Pioneers building. Our plan was to host seven sessions on a variety of topics relating to grief and ways to move through the process of grieving – due to Covid conditions and concerns we were only able to have two sessions at which people were able to attend. Our session on the 19th will still offer a summary of much of what we had hoped to share.
This opportunity to look at / work through grief issues arose as a response to requests for support in the area of both pre and post-death grief realities. As a society, our goals include helping individuals and families face and deal with long-term pain and end-of-life factors in ways that offer support and promote healthy options in situations where physical healing is not the expected outcome.

We will be re assessing whether PRHPCS can continue offering grief resources.

In the meantime, please check out this local grief resource – Jenn & Darlene @ Stronger Life Connections on FB Stronger Life Connections or https://www.stronger-lifeconnections.com/ 

Evening Bereavement Group

What is the Evening Bereavement Group?

In May of this year, we were able to meet with many of our volunteers and brainstorm about our communities’ needs. One of the needs identified was a place to meet and discuss the challenges of grieving and healing following a loss.

We are offering an Evening Bereavement Group, an opportunity to share thoughts and feelings and needs with others traveling a similar path. 

Discussions can vary from the process of dying, the physical changes, emotional, the “hole in your life”, losses prior to death, paperwork just to mention a few. Subjects can, and will, vary to meet the needs of everyone.

Bereavement is a journey, one as unique as every person. There is no right or wrong way, no specific start or end time.

Everyone is welcome to join the group whether you are coming from a recent, a past, or an evolving loss event in your life. This is an opportunity to meet with a facilitator for an informal discussion with others traveling a similar path. 




AGM Wednesday June 13, 2018

To our Valued Members of the Board, Members and Volunteers 

You are all invited to attend The Annual General Meeting of the Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society  


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

7:00 PM

Hospital Cafeteria Conference Room



By all means — if you know of others who are interested in helping realize a hospice for our community, please invite them to attend as well.

Please be aware that the Annual General Meeting and Election of Officers will be held this meeting.

Every hour counts, and we appreciate your ongoing support.