Funeral Rites

The funeral is the final rite of passage being seen as the final stage in a period of transition following death and as a climax of days of preparation by the bereaved. The funeral serves to acknowledge formally the occurrence of the death with family and friends saying their final farewell to a loved one. In addition, it provides an opportunity for communal support for those left behind.

Whilst the majority of funerals take place in the context of a religious service, opportunities also exist for ceremonies to be conducted devoid of any religious character.

Whatever the requirements and in total impartial and professional manner, are here to guide families through the following service arrangements:

  • Anglican
  • Roman Catholic
  • Non-Conformist Churches: – Baptist, Church of Scotland, Methodist and United Reformed.
  • Other Christian Denominations:- Christian Science, Christian Spiritualists, Churches of Christ, Elim, French Protestant Huguenot, Jehovah’s Witness, Lutheran, Moravian, Mormon (Church of the Latter-day Saints) Plymouth Brethren
    The Orthodox Churches, including: Armenian, Eastern, Greek, Serbian and Russian and The Salvation Army.
  • Non-Christian Religions: – Buddhist, Muslim, Jewish Orthodox, Hindu and Sikh.
  • Non-Religious:- Agnostic, Atheist, Communist and Humanist.