Combining religions in funerals
My mother converted to Judaism when she married her second husband. When she died it was a little confusing to work out what kind of ceremony to have for her funeral as she was brought up a Catholic and brought up the children from her first marriage (including me) as Catholic. The funeral home was a great help in this tricky time as they worked with the rabbi to work in some of the aspects of both religions and we ended up with a really beautiful service that everyone enjoyed. This blog has ideas on how to incorporate multiple religions into one funeral service.
Are you looking for ways to remember a lost loved one with a keepsake that involves their cremation ashes? There are plenty of options for memorial items, from jewellery and ornaments to paintings and teddy bears. Use the ideas below as a starting point, and choose an option that helps you remember your loved one in the way that feels right to you.
1. Teddy bear
Do you like to cuddle with soft toys, blankets or teddies for comfort?
When someone you care for dies, the grieving process begins. This process can be difficult, and it is often hard to know where to turn for support. However, funerals play a vital part in the healing process, and they can be beneficial for both the deceased's family and friends. This blog post will discuss the importance of funerals and why they can help with the healing process.
1. Funerals provide a sense of closure
Funeral homes will sometimes advise their clients to leave some time between the arrangement of their loved ones' funerals and the time at which they order the headstone. Here are two reasons why.
It's easier to manage the costs that come with this process
Funeral homes may recommend that a client not order their loved one's headstone if the client in question is struggling to afford the funeral. The reason for this is that because of the expertise required to make them and how robust the materials used need to be, even basic headstones can cost quite a bit.