At Life Celebration Funerals personal choice is important. The most important thing to note is that these are NOT NON RELIGIOUS FUNERALS. Indeed quite the opposite many religions are now call funerals Life Celebrations. This website has detailed discussion about funeral choices and options. A Life Celebration Funeral can be religious, non religious or a mix and most importantly is designed in every detail. At the arrangement conference the arranger will explain the various types of funerals that are available. The choice is yours and every detail will be “personally” designed.
Life Celebration Funerals
Every life is individual and unique. The ways that we celebrate that life are not the same. At Life Celebration Funerals you can plan every aspect of the funeral down to the last detail. These many of theses funerals are officiated by one of our approved funeral celebrants. Our celebrants are only approved after though review and all must have at least 3 years experience.
The life celebration funeral may or may not contain religious aspects. This is your decision and to be discussed with your funeral arranger and celebrant. The service will fact focus on your family member or loved ones life, celebrating the journey that is a life. The funeral is individually planned and very personal. Today 50 percent of our services are conducted by a funeral celebrant.
Are officiated by an ordained Pastor, Minister or Priest of a Christian religion. Many families will have associations with a particular church. In this case the funeral will either be at the church, crematorium, graveside or a combination. If you would however like a religious funeral but don’t have particular affiliations we can arrange clergy of various faiths to conducted the service for your family member or loved one. Please consider that all Christian funerals with have their one funeral rites and practices and should be kept in mind when planning the funeral celebration.
When services are conducted by a clergy of particular religious faiths we strongly advise that all personal touches are discussed with your clergy well in advance of the service.