Planning a funeral is a complicated process, which is made even more difficult by the emotional stress that accompanies the passing of a loved one.

A funeral should be looked at as a celebration of the individuality of the person who has died. What makes a funeral meaningful is the  we pay tribute to our loved ones life.

More and more people are looking at the option of using a Celebrant to say farewell to their loved one. However, this may not diminish your need or desire to have some religious content in your service; often we, as Celebrants, are asked to include such items as the 23rd Psalm or the Lord’s Prayer — this is quite usual.

At the conclusion of any service I conduct, you will receive: