“Those that we love don’t go away. They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed and still very dear”
The death of a loved one is always a very traumatic experience. For those left behind, one of the most important initial tasks is to ensure that their close relative or friend gets the funeral service that they would have wanted and that they so rightly deserve.
For many years, I have devoted my time to taking care of families needs in times of bereavement. The main focus of my service is your loved one’s life and times.
By choosing me as your funeral celebrant you can have the funeral service you want for your loved one. I conduct funeral services all over Essex and London.
You will be able to say farewell to your loved one in your own way. The ceremony could be completely non-religious, or have some spiritual or religious elements in the poems, readings, hymns or prayers you might choose. It can include photographs and personal mementoes, if you wish. It will be as unique and individual as the person who has died. The ceremony will truly reflect the person they were and the important place they had – and will always have – in your life. It will reflect your wishes, beliefs and values completely, and be organised and conducted in the way you would like it to be. By weaving together the colourful strands of someone’s life, sharing memories, feelings and stories, the ceremony becomes powerful, moving and memorable, bringing comfort and inspiration, and providing the opportunity for healing to begin.
As your chosen celebrant, I will guide you through every aspect of the ceremony but, more importantly, take into account your wishes and those of the person who has died. Together we will create a ceremony for them that is a unique celebration of their life and achievements.
There’s no dress rehearsal for a funeral. We have to get it right… we only have one chance… which is why I am here to help you as a family to make sure that your loved one has the best farewell ceremony possible.
My deepest condolences to you at this very difficult time.