Funeral Ceremony


If you are arranging a funeral, I will respond very quickly to your request for a qualified, experienced and sympathetic celebrant. I will meet with family members and friends to plan a farewell ceremony that is meaningful, memorable and unique to the deceased.

I know that time is very limited in the event of a death, and I am experienced in organising funeral ceremonies efficiently and carefully.

A funeral is both for the deceased and for the bereaved.

It is a time to bid farewell to the depated person and to reflect on the positives of their life. It is also a ritual that enables those who are grieving to express their loss and sadness.

You may not want a religious service, but you want a meaningful ceremony that pays proper respect to the deceased person, and also gives you an outlet for your emotions.

A funeral ceremony brings friends and family together to express their love for the deceased and to celebrate and affirm his or her life. It is also an important way of sharing the burden of loss and starting to move towards acceptance. For these reasons, every funeral is special and every funeral ceremony needs to be personalised and meaningful both for the deceased and for those who mourn.

As funeral celebrant, I can speak on your behalf and offer advice on readings, rituals and music that will express your emotions and offer consolation. I can meet with you in a mutually convenient location to discuss the eulogy, speakers, readings, music and order of service. I will work with you and the Funeral Directors to meet your needs and wishes.

 

Please contact me directly or ask your Funeral Director to contact me by phone or email or use the contact me page on this website.

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