Funerals are usually arranged through a Funeral Director who will then contact us to arrange the service. We work locally with W. J Farriers, Sullivan & Sons and others, we recommend contacting your preferred Funeral Director to discuss your requirements with them in the first instance.
**COVID-19 UPDATE DURING NATIONAL LOCKDOWN**
Funeral services can currently take place in our Church buildings, and are currently limited to a maximum of 30 mourners. However, some of our Church buildings cannot allow this many mourners due to the size of the space, and restrictions for social distancing.
All current Government restrictions and guidelines must be followed and will be covered during any conversation. These include:
1] that any person attending is:
• alone or
• part of a group all from the same household or from two linked households
2] masks to be worn throughout the service
3] contact details to be provided for track and trace purposes
It is possible to have the service in church for family and friends with the burial or cremation taking place afterwards (or before in some cases).
It is possible to have the service wholly at the crematorium or at the cemetery.
A memorial service can be arranged in church at a later date if you wish.
The service will be carried out by one of our funeral ministry team.
We will be pleased to support you and work with you to plan a meaningful service which honours the person who has died and is appropriate to help you and others who are grieving.
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