Non-Religious Funeral Service
Known as the free thinker funeral, the non-religious funeral is no different from a religious one.
The non-religious funeral also serves the same purposes like recollecting the moments of life of a deceased person, saying farewell in a meaningful way, and sharing the loss and grief with the family of the deceased person.
Despite religion, the ceremony of honoring the deceased with a sincere and a dignified funeral remains the same.
Setting of the Non-Religious Funeral
A non-religious funeral should be simple and serene, which is more meaningful and personal than a grand one.
Planning of the ceremony
When it comes to arranging a non-religious funeral, you don’t have to take any requirements into account that are imposed by the religion. It is free in nature and is done in the way the deceased would have wanted to happen.
While planning this funeral, you can consider the deceased lifestyle, personality, ethnic, and cultural traditions. If done in a coordinated manner, the ceremony can be meaningful to both family and friends.
Role Of A Non-Religious Funeral Director
Planning a non-religious funeral can be difficult as it does not come with a set of religious regulations.
The funeral director will offer you advice on arrangements for the ceremony and will also see that even the smallest of the details are taken care of.
He will help you handle all the funeral rituals, and all the preparations will go smooth as planned.