Death is one of the inevitable things that could happen in a person’s lifetime. It is way beyond our control and we cannot do anything to stop it. “Kapag oras mo na, oras mo na.” When I think about death, there are questions running in my head.
Am I ready for it?
What can I do to make my death not become a burden to my family when that time comes?
So I’ve been thinking of ways lately to eliminate those questions in my head. I need to do something about it to give myself peace of mind on that matter. One thing that I thought of doing is to get my very own pre-need life plan on a company that has quality and reliable services, and most of all with affordable terms of payment. It may sound funny, but I’m really serious about it. We should include it on our list of priorities. We need to prepare for that “moment” not just for ourselves, but also for our significant others who will be left behind or will depart before us.
And then I heard about St. Peter Life Plan, a Pre-Need DeathCare Company since 1970. St. Peter offers affordable life plans for as low as Php625/month on caskets and P1,255/month on cremation plans. They also pioneered the e-Burol (online viewing) and e-Libing (online viewing of interment).
This October 27 to November 2, St. Peter will celebrate its 10th DeathCare Week as their way of commemorating the upcoming All Saints day and All Souls’ Day. And not just that, it’s also a special week for St. Peter because it coincides with the anniversary date of the company.
DeathCare Week is St. Peter’s yearly CSR and public service program to promote awareness on DeathCare planning and preparation.
Check out the following happenings on St. Peter’s Death Care Week celebration:
1.FREE PINK TRICYCLE RIDES
What a nice way to help the commuting public who will visit their departed loved ones to the cemetery in time of Undas. From October 31-November 1, St. Peter will have commissioned tricycle drivers in selected areas nationwide.
- Bicol Memorial Park
- Marilao Catholic Cemetery
- Tuguegarao Public cemetery
- Catholic Cemetery
- Holy Family Cemetery
- Rizal Memorial Park
- Holy Garden
- Everest Hill Memorial Park
- Laoag Public Cemetery
- Manila North Cemetery
- Love Memorial Park
- El Reposo Cemetery
2. ST. PETER PINK TENTS
St. Peter will put up PINK tents in selected cemeteries nationwide to provide assistance to Filipinos who will be spending their evenings at the cemeteries from October 31-November 1, 2017. Free hand fan and umbrella giveaways are up for grabs to cemetery goers who will take a picture on the pink casket and those who will avail St. Peter’s products during this period.
3. PINK CASKET DISPLAYS
How would you like to know what’s the feeling to be inside a casket? You’ll never know unless you try it. Drop by St. Peter’s pink tents nationwide and have your picture taken on the standing pink casket.
4. THANKSGIVING MASS
There will be a Eucharistic Celebration on October 29, 2017(Sunday) at the Talitha Kum Healing Mass on TV which will be aired 8AM in PTV4 which will be attended by employees, plan holders and officers of St. Peter.
5. ST. PETER x BREAKOUT PHILIPPINES
To make the DeathCare week more exciting, St. Peter partnered with Breakout Philippines, the country’s first premier escape room game. From October 1 to November 6, 2017, experience how it is to plan, solve, and escape with St. Peter in the following Breakout Rooms and branches:
- SM North Edsa- Boogeyman and Sleep No More
- Greenbelt 5-Corpse Bride
- Katipunan- Clownhouse
- Paragon Plaza- Hide and Seek
Note: Employees, Sales Agents and St. Peter Life Plan Plan Holders can avail P100 OFF for the booking fee. Just present you St. Peter employee ID, Sales Agent ID, Plan holders ID or the white copy of your St. Peter Life Plan contract.
For more details about the DeathCare Week, St. Peter x Breakout partnership and St. Peter’s Life Plan, you may visit http://www.stpeter.com.ph/