Making the Funeral Service as
Unique as your Loved One
Many people have individual tastes in music and we are often asked what is appropriate! There is a simple answer, 'anything'!
Some popular choices include
Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring
Sailing By (The Shipping Forecast)
Time to Say Goodbye
My Way by frank Sinatra
Supermarket Flowers by Ed Sheeren
Imagine by John Lennon
Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler
Popular Hymns to Sing
Morning has Broken
The Lords my Shepherd
Abide with Me
All things Bright and Beautiful
Guide me O thou Great redeemer
Popular Readings from Scripture
John 14 v 1—7
Footprints in the Sand
Death is Nothing At All
The Dash By Linda Ellis
Do not stand at my Grave and Weep
The Ship by Bishop Brent
All of these can help to convey the message you want to portray in the Funeral Service, making the service as personal or as traditional, as you wish – we always say, 'there are no rules to play by'.
The person who leads the service will also help you to put the Order of Service together, which in turn we can help with printing.
An Order of Service will serve two purposes, on the day of the Funeral Service it will be a helpful guide to how the service will run and allow your family to ensure they have everything in one place. Secondly, after the Funeral Service it will become a memorial keepsake to the person who has died, we hear from families how they keep and cherish the order of service for years to come.
With many Crematorium Chapels including our local Crematorium at Taunton Deane, we are able to help with personal tributes by the use of photographs or video to create a memorable visual tribute.
Services can also be webcast to friends and relatives across the world, who may not be able to make the journey to attend the service in person. A recording of the service can also be made and placed on a DVD disk or memory stick for you to keep.
Please ask us for further details and any additional costs involved.