Non-religious funerals may best power suits your loved one and their beliefs, but it can be difficult to know what options are available. There are many alternatives to traditional religious funerals, so do not be afraid to let your funeral director know your preferences. Because they will be the ones to perform non religious funerals arrangements for your loved one.
The purpose of the non-religious funeral is to honor the life of the deceased, as well as giving the mourners a chance to show their sentiments in an open forum. People can share their sorrow, and encourage each other, find meaning and solace to come together as a group.
Traditionally, the majority of British funeral has been held in the church, but there are lots of other places you could consider if the deceased was not a religious service.
Suitable non-religious burial place:
- Outside the room, in the field or forest areas
- Community room
- Historical building
- Golf country club
This could be a good idea to start with a crematorium or burial site and then search for the nearest location. Local business or community hall may be able to provide a place for your needs. You can also browse the funeral director outside the area and check their profiles to see if they offer non-religious funeral services.