Funerals and Memorials
We offer our condolences to you if you have recently lost a loved one. This will be a very sad and difficult time.
Funerals are a very important way of marking the close of a human life on earth. They are an opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to gather up the threads of the life of the deceased, to give thanks for them and to commend them to God's keeping.
When someone close to you has just died, arranging a funeral may not feel the easiest thing to do. We are here to help. Whatever pattern of service you want, whether in church, crematorium or burial, we can help you. The words and actions of the service all speak of a loving God and the preciousness to him of every human being. As Christians, we believe that death marks not the end of life, but a new beginning as we move from earthly life to a greater life with God.
If you would like a service at St. George’s Church then the first person to speak to is Rev. Ken Howles, our Minister. If you want our Minister to lead a service at the crematorium or cemetery this can also be arranged. Again contact our Minister.We advise that until you have agreed a date and time with the Minister, please do not book the crematorium otherwise they may not be available.
We are also happy to conduct memorial services. Please speak to our Minister about your requirements
.For more information about bookings, and to speak to the clergy, please e-mail Ken Howeles
Or telephone 07985 671742