End of life ceremonies
When someone dies, you might feel the last thing you want or feel able to do is organise a ceremony to say goodbye to them. But being able to provide a fitting tribute to your loved one is often seen as an important part of the grieving process.
As a civil funeral celebrant, I am there to help you create a ceremony that reflects and celebrates the life of the person who has died. I will talk to you to find out more about the person, what made them special, how they lived their life. I will use your memories to create a eulogy, or a tribute to the person. I will also help you to decide whether you want readings, music or any prayers or spiritual content. I will work with your funeral director, if you are using one, to ensure the service goes smoothly and everything is just as you would wish.
I also provide memorial ceremonies, and scattering or interment of ashes ceremonies. I also offer a eulogy writing service, and am happy to talk to you about plans for your own funeral ceremony if you’d like to set out your wishes before your own death.