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What to Write: Sympathy Card

Posted by Emma Gillett on

Writing a sympathy card isn’t easy. Often, people find it hard to convey their feelings and thoughts and figure out what to say during such sad times. It is essential to have some sort of reference when you’re writing the message on the card. Below you will find a list of warm and suitable sayings to act as a guideline. You can use them as they are or alter them to suit your situation.

Example Messages 

  • You’re in our prayers and thoughts as you go through this trying time,
  • Deepest sympathy as you mourn (name),
  • Sorry for your loss,
  • We are so sorry for your loss,
  • I’m going to miss her, too,
  • I hope you feel surrounded by much love,
  • Sharing in your sadness as you remember (name),
  • Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss,
  • With deepest sympathy as you remember (name),
  • We are so sorry for your loss,

Sympathy Cards Closings Examples
A warm, respectful closing is a graceful way to wrap up your sympathy message. 

  • In caring sympathy,
  • Wishing you peace,
  • Wishing you healing,
  • With caring,
  • With sympathy,
  • Please accept our condolences,
  • With deepest sympathy,
  • With heartfelt sympathy,
  • With prayers and sympathy,
  • With sincere sympathy,
  • With warm thoughts and prayers,
  • With love at this sad time,
  • Lifting you up in prayer,
  • With you in sorrow,
  • Sharing your sadness,
  • Thinking of you,
  • Caring thoughts are with you,
  • God bless,
  • God bless you and comfort you,
  • Keeping you in our prayers,
  • Praying for you,
  • My heart goes out to you,
  • My sincere condolence,

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