When celebrating the life of a loved one through a funeral service, there is a variety of ways you can honour that person. Many people choose a church, a funeral chapel, a crematorium chapel, or a place that is special to that person such as the family home, park or another venue meaningful to them.

Here are some different options to consider when deciding on the type of funeral service you want to provide for a loved one…

Church Service

This service is conducted in a church or chapel with dedications and readings suited to your loved one. The procession will then make its way to a cemetery or crematorium where your loved one is laid to rest and a final committal ceremony is conducted.

Single Service Funeral

This service takes place in a funeral chapel, crematorium, church, or at the graveside where the service incorporates the final committal ceremony and there is no procession and subsequent gathering at a cemetery or crematorium.

Memorial Service

A Memorial Service usually takes place after a private burial or cremation. People congregate at a pre-determined place such as a church, chapel, park or home to pay respect to the deceased.

Holy Cross Funerals is experienced in helping you in your time of need to guide you through the options available to suit your loved ones – spiritually, emotionally and culturally.

Our staff are experienced in supporting and guiding you through your grief whilst you organise your loved one’s funeral service. They will provide professional and caring service that will cater for your religious and cultural needs.

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