When a loved one has died, the funeral service is an important part of the grieving process. Only you can decide the right way to ‘say goodbye’ – but we’re here to offer help and advice in this difficult time.
A service at church (whether before or after the burial or cremation) can be a helpful way to honour your loved one, and to be comforted by the promises of God recorded in the Bible. A church service may also offer more capacity if you’re anticipating a large number of people. Alternatively, you might prefer the simplicity of holding the whole service at a crematorium or cemetery, conducted by the church’s Minister.
Please do get in touch, or ask your funeral director to do so, if you’d like to explore what’s possible.