At the most practical level, disposal of the deceased’s remains – usually by burial or cremation – is a legal requirement following death.
But the funeral ceremony is also a necessary form of closure; a chance to bid farewell and continue to work through the grieving process.
For that reason, it’s important the funeral meets the needs of the closest loved ones, as well as wider family and friends. The more personalised the ceremony is towards to the deceased and his or her loved ones, the more relevant and meaningful it will be for those attending.
Selwyn Allen will help you create the most appropriate and loving service – no matter your religious, spiritual or cultural needs.
Please visit our Services page to find out more.