The death of a loved one is a time of great sadness and sorrow. Losing some-one at any age is devastating and putting together an end of life ceremony can be particularly stressful. This is where I come in as an interfaith Minister; my wish is to honor your loved one’s personal beliefs, wishes, values, and traditions. Every ceremony should be as unique as the person that it is for, but also done in a dignified manner whilst accommodating friends and family.
The family is encouraged to choose music, poems, reading and rituals that echo the personality and life of the departed.
It would be my privilege to compile a fitting ceremony that will be done with great mindfulness and care. I feel that it is very much my job to listen, to be present and supportive throughout the whole journey leading up to the funeral.
Where do I begin?
The first step is to contact the Funeral Director and then the next step is to make contact with your chosen celebrant. Please feel free to get in touch with me, either by phone 083 097 9624 email or via the contact form at the bottom of the Home Page. I am happy to travel to all counties and the UK. I will then meet with you and your family to arrange your loved ones’ end of life ceremony.
If you are grieving the loss of a loved one and are struggling to come to terms with your loss? I am also a trained spiritual counselor and I would be open to arranging a session in person or over zoom. Sometimes it’s easier to talk to some-one who is not related in any way. All sessions of course are completely confidential and open to all.