If you are looking for someone to take a funeral, I hope that I can help.
I became involved in end of life care, funerals and bereavement support when I worked in the Family Support Team at Dorothy House Hospice in Winsley. This then led me to train as a celebrant with the thoughtful and creative Green Fuse in Devon. As an independent celebrant, I'm equally at home leading religious and non-religious funerals and every funeral I take is very different. Each one is created especially for the person who has died, reflecting their character, their story and the things that gave their life meaning.
So, I always work closely with family and friends to create a service which conveys the unique nature of the person who has died. I can write and lead some or all of the ceremony, but encourage family, friends and children to be as involved as much as they feel able.
Every funeral is different. But each provides space for people to come together, remember, grieve and celebrate a life.
Here are a couple of messages I have had from families:
"Thank you so much for everything you did for us today. We've had such a great response from all the relatives in far flung places and of course from those who were at today's funeral, and you were the very core of this. You have an art in piecing together the information that we discussed with you and as a result we could not have happier with the end result."
" A big thank you for all you did for us. A service delivered with love and compassion. Perfectly framed to convey my mother's spirit. I think I had five people come up to me afterwards who said it was the best funeral they had been to. "
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