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I can not thank you enough for all your caring expert care you provided my Mom. You helped make her time on earth as peaceful and comfortable as possible. Your attention to her every need did not go unnoticed or unappreciated. All who helped her were truly special. Thank you.


S. Dick
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Holidays

can hurt when your hurting. The first Christmas without a loved one can be particularly hard.

Everywhere you turn is an expectation of joy, celebration and getting together with family and friends. It reminds many of us of what we have lost or what we have never had. Our spirits sink as we struggle just to live the days ahead. What once was a warm and joyous season, begins to look like a Blue Christmas.

For this reason, we will gather on the longest night of the year to support each other in our sadness, fear and grief. We will seek to be light to one another as we seek healing and hope. We will hear prayers, scripture, and music recognizing that God's presence is for those who mourn, for those who struggle - and that God's Love comes to shine light into our darkness.

Clergy representing many local churches and denominations are participating in this 3rd Annual Blue Christmas Service. Everyone, regardless of church background (or lack of it) is welcome.

Blue Christmas:
A Service of Reflection for the Longest Night

December 21, 2018
at 6:00pm
East Cross United Methodist Church
820 Madison Boulevard

I hope to see you there.

Jsue Wagner, Chaplain
Comforting Hands Hospice

For more information or if the holidays are getting you down, call me at 918-332-1740

A Special Thanks to the Phillips Family

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The Phillips family volunteered at Comforting Hands Hospice as well as delivered Christmas baskets to our patients. They are a great family, doing great work for the Lord and chose our hospice to donate gift bags they made to our patients. The kids range in age from 18 months to 11 years and they all contributed in their own way.

The only locally owned hospice in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.


Our mission is to provide compassionate end of life care on an individual basis.

Comforting Hands Hospice will provide palliative care for hospice patients with respect for race, gender, and spiritual preference.

Our team of professionals will provide support for patients and families and ease the burden during their individual personal experiences.

Comforting Hands will offer to facilitate the spiritual and emotional healing that can bring about a positive transition during the final days.

Our medical director and clinical team will work with the patient's primary physician to alleviate and manage the symptoms associated with terminal illness.

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