I know that losing a loved one, can cause many mixed emotions and can be very stressful time – I’m here to help you. I can assist you to arrange a funeral that meets your family’s requirements and helps you to celebrate the life of your loved one exactly as you would like to. As an experienced funeral celebrant, I can offer many ideas and options that will allow us to create a personalised, farewell for your loved friend or family member, allowing friends and family to choose how they would like to participate.
My goal is to create a funeral ceremony that will assist you with the bereavement and grieving process, you can walk away with a beautiful remembrance, both through the words written and spoken and our personalisation of the funeral to ensure that it is meaningful to you. I look forward to supporting you and your family, when you need assistance with a funeral.
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I can celebrate humanistic, secular ceremonies as comfortably as I can Catholic ceremonies outside the church environment. I am always directed by your wishes and am equally able to offer a broad range of traditional and modern or alternative ceremonies. I can assist with order of service and booklet formats, blessings, readings, poems and music. We all see the world differently. I will honour and respect those differences in the way I approach and support you in creating the ceremony and commemoration that best suits your loved one and allows for others to share their experiences as part of the ongoing grieving process.
Compassionate,supportive, warm and flexible Jacqui brings a level of detailed organisation and preparedness to every funeral to ensure that families’ lives are just a little bit easier during some of their most difficult days.
Hi and thank you for taking a moment to find out how I can help you at this sad time.
It’s a privilege to care for people at a time when they are often feeling vulnerable.
We live in an increasingly rich and diverse society and I believe that a ceremony accommodating choice provides the means to authentically reflect your loved one and express yourselve.
I understand that every family is unique and it is with the greatest respect and kindness that I acknowledge how deeply personal the choices are when planning a farewell for a loved one.
Through my own experience I bring insight, warmth and compassion to my role and truly understand the healing power of a caringly crafted and sincerely presented ceremony.
Fully trained and qualified and with almost 10 years experience I support you every step of the way and gently guide you through the practical and personal elements involved in planning a farewell.
The choices are endless. Please contact me to discuss your wishes.
Hello! Julia here!
I specialise in a different type of funeral, a Living Funeral!
Fancy having all of your family and friends celebrate your life while you can still be there to enjoy it?
You might want to have an intimate ceremony at your home where everyone can share their fondest memories of your time together. Or… you might want a party to end all parties!! With beautiful live music, delicious food and an epic photo montage of your life. You might want everyone to grab a camping chair, stock up on marshmellows and gather round a fire while one by one, loved ones can read their tributes while you all laugh and cry and pay homage to the life you have lived.
Whatever it is, it would be my greatest honour to help organise it for you. I have been a Celebrant since 2008 and what I love most about this profession is that feeling of love in the air when music, spoken word, raw emotion and real human connection all come together in the form of a beautiful ceremony.
I have always felt like people don’t celebrate themselves enough. Why wait for a birthday party or a wedding to really let your hair down and indulge in what you enjoy. I am passionate about creating moments in time that are authentic, uplifting and meaningful. Funerals shouldn’t be any different. It is the chance to say goodbye, to give thanks and to share in one last precious celebration with those that mean the most to you. If this sounds like your cup of tea, let’s sit down together to create something really great.
“When you learn how to die, you learn how to live” -Morris Schwartz.