Friday, 24 November 2017
Bell Funeral Services

Arranging a Funeral

The life of a loved one can be celebrated in a variety of ways.
Many people are involved in a Church community, and will choose to have the service there.

Others may prefer to use a funeral director’s or a crematorium chapel, or have the service at some other special place, such as the family home, a park or a community hall or facility.

The number of mourners expected to attend is often an important consideration when choosing a venue for a funeral.
Services can be conducted by clergy, a civil celebrant or even a family member or friend.

The most common types of funeral services are:

(1) Church / Chapel Service

Followed by a Cemetery / Crematorium Service. This style of funeral begins with a service at a church or funeral chapel (or other place), followed by a procession to the cemetery or crematorium, where there is a final committal ceremony.

(2) Single Service Funeral

A single service funeral can take place at one of our funeral chapels, a church, a crematorium chapel, at the graveside or a special place, such as a park or community hall.
This service incorporates a final committal process, and there is no procession to the cemetery or crematorium.

(3) Memorial Service

A memorial service takes place after a private burial or cremation at any of the places referred to above.

For Help or Advice on arranging funerals, Please call our free call funeral line.
Please phone our 24 Hour Free Call Assistance 1800 012 011.

 

Bell Funeral Services provides burial and cremation funeral services in all Sydney and Melbourne metropolitan areas