A funeral does not have to have any religious content, but you can include hymns, blessings, prayers, or songs with a religious theme, if you wish. You may want to celebrate the life of your loved one with music, or with quiet reflection and readings that are not religious in any way. There is no right or wrong funeral. What is important is that the funeral brings comfort to those who attend and a sense of bidding farewell. We will help you to create a personal and meaningful ceremony. Contact us to find out more.

What happens if we choose a Cheshire Ceremonies funeral?

The celebrant will meet you, and explain the options. We gather information about the deceased person, and then we will prepare a script for the ceremony that incorporates the memories of your loved one, and thoughts for the celebration of a life. We can help you choose appropriate poems or readings. There is an opportunity to check and revise the script, so that it truly reflects your wishes. Afterwards, we will provide you with a copy of the ceremony to keep.

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