What is a Funeral Celebrant?

By: Tom Gallagher
Monday, April 16, 2018

The common belief is that when death occurs, you need to engage the services of a clergy or director. But these services may not always honor the deceased person and reflect them in the manner you want. This isn’t entirely true. We at Nutmeg State Cremation Society work very closely with our clients and focus on providing services that meet their specific needs.

Today, people are increasingly opting for non-religious funeral services and they want the arrangements to be entirely de-focused from the religion aspect. This is where a funeral celebrant comes in. This professional plans funeral services that are entirely unique to the deceased person. If you like, this can also include conventional burial rite elements.

Customized funeral celebrant services

The services that funeral celebrants design reflect the person even as they provide the surviving family members with all the content and information that will help them effectively deal with their grief. The professional will also work with the funeral director to ensure the services run smoother to provide the families with a wider range of funeral products and services. Most funeral celebrants also work at funeral homes to make their services much simpler for the families to locate.

When death occurs, families go through a very stressful period and we understand this. Our expert funeral celebrants can help with alleviating some of that stress. Over the years, we have noticed that a larger number of families are opting for our funeral celebrant services and we offer tailored solutions to meet their needs.

At Nutmeg State Cremation Society, we provide comprehensive funeral celebrant services and can help you with all aspects of the process so if you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. You are assured of the best services at the most competitive pricing.

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