Remembering Santa

Miss Me But Let Me Go

When I come to the end of the day,
And the sun has set for me.
I want no rites in a gloom-filled room. Why cry for a soul set free?

Miss me a little, but not too long.
And not with your head bowed low.
Remember the love we once shared —
Miss me but let me go.

For this is a journey we must all take.
And each must go alone.
Its all part of the plan,
Another step on our way home.

When you get lonely and your heart is sick
Go to the friends we know
And bury your sorrows but remember to love
Miss me, but let me go.

ARRIVE at 5:00p
STARTS at 5:30p
RECEPTION after 6:30-8p

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5pm arrival to set up space. Service starts at 5:30.

The service will take place lakeside on a large community lawn across the street from the listed address. Please park along the street. Please bring your own lawn chair and/or blanket to sit on. This is an outside event. Casual and weather appropriate attire is suggested. We want to ensure everyone stays healthy and feels safe. We would like guests to come with a mask and keep a reasonable distance.

Please bring a picture to leave in the box or a written memory to share with the family. We are creating a memory box for the family. We will also have some cards available to write memories at the service.

Lantern ceremony at Linden lake

There will be refreshments and light snacks 6:30p to 8p after the ceremony for a reception following the sunset. This is an additional opportunity to share and support each other, tell stories and recall fond memories. Join us as we will continue to celebrate the amazing life of our dear Santa.

November 2011 Santa became Youth & Family Ministries Director at Unity of Wimberley. Youth development was a passion she pursued as a spiritual director for over a decade in both Wimberley, TX and at New Thought Northern Colorado Center for Spiritual Living near Ft. Collins.

Unity Church founders the Fillmores believed in reincarnation; they thought they themselves lived many times before. They believed it is possible for a human being to come into so great an awareness of their spirituality and of their life in Spirit – in this lifetime – that it will transform them completely.

Santa was that... a living energy -field that envelops those around her. In this way, her body was a vessel of the immortal Spirit, a most miraculous expression of light that is inside all of us. Santa Garcia Heinemann was a light like the world had never known. Love is who she’d come here to be…

Second Celebration of Life the family will host is at her spiritual birthplace Wimberley, TX.


Friday the 15th to Sunday the 17th

OUT OF TOWN GUESTS coming in – Camping is available near Jacob’s Well at the Dancing Waters Inn where Matt and his family will be staying. Through donations at their church there are also rooms too available in Wimberley.

FRIDAY evening October 15th

  • 7p to 9p Family reception at Dancing Waters in Wimberley, TX

SATURDAY evening October 16th

  • 4p to 6p service at Unity of Wimberley
  • 7p to 9p Friends and Family reception following the service at Dancing Waters Inn

SUNDAY morning October 17th

  • 10:30a to noon spiritual family grief workshop at Dancing Waters Inn


Peace Pole Ceremony at Unity of Wimberley

455 White Wings Rd. Wimberley,TX


Google Maps

Wimberley Texas reception 7p to 9p following at Dancing Waters Inn 1405 Mt Sharp Rd, Wimberley, TX 78676

She is remembered. She is Loved.

There are some who bring a light so great to the world,
that even after they have gone, their light remains.