When we lose a loved one, a funeral service provides for the dignified and respectful farewell and is a special tribute to their life. It helps us to acknowledge the loss, remember their life and support one another during this difficult time. For me, there could be no greater privilege than to help a family honour their loved one.

We all know that funerals are hard, but for me, while supporting families in their grief, a funeral should be a true celebration of a person’s life. I like to find out all about the person, who they loved, what they enjoyed doing, what made them laugh, who they really were. It is important to me to give the advice and guidance necessary to enable each family I care for to have exactly the right ceremony for them and their loved one. I am passionate about my work as a celebrant and looking after the people in my care.

Memorial Services
These can happen at any time after a cremation or burial. Memorial Services can be moving and important ceremonies, f you are waiting for certain people to be present, are planning on interring ashes at a later date, or just feel the need to hold off honouring your loved ones life for whatever reason is right for you.

Testimonials for Funerals
“On behalf of all of our family, we would like to sincerely thank you for the care and compassion show to us in this sad time. You truly captured Joy’s warmth, character and zest, and made the day a true celebration of her life as we and she wanted. Many people asked after you and said they thought you spoke beautifully and some could not believe you had not met Joy. So again Emma, we thank you for making this time a little easier for us. Bless you.” Rick and family.

“Just a quick thank you for the way you organised and officiated the content of Mum’s funeral service yesterday. The way you welcomed us into your home and drew memories of Mum out of us was very professionally done. The caring, dignity and compassion you showed when delivering the eulogy about a person you didn’t know was amazing. We would recommend you as a celebrant to anyone. It was lovely to meet you. Thanks again”.