During the process of arranging a funeral or even considering your own, one of the questions to consider is what type of ceremony you would wish the actual funeral service to follow and whether you want a religious or non-religious service?
Many people find a ceremony that is established and familiar from their own faith and/or cultural traditions to be extremely comforting and would be led, for example, by a minister from a church or chapel.
However, for some people they may not feel this is appropriate as they do not have a particular faith. Also, if they do not want a religious service, a funeral celebrant is a qualified person who can fill a role who can officiate at funeral services.
Funeral celebrants conduct non-religious, semi-religious and spiritual funeral services. Celebrants are the go-to option for people looking to create ceremonies without necessarily mentioning religious beliefs or the afterlife.
Whatever your preference, at Baglan Funeral Home we can help and offer support in your choice.
Our aim would be for the funeral service to be a ‘celebration of life’ and to honour the person’s memory. Both place an emphasis on how the person lived their life, their personality traits and the memories of mourners.