6 May 2017
Funerals can add up to costing a large amount of money, which might not be easy to obtain when a loved one passes on when least expected. If you are in the process of planning a funeral on a low budget, consider cremation over ground burial. Cremation will still allow you to host a memorial ceremony for your deceased loved one. However, you will not have to purchase a casket, and there will be many things that you can do with the ashes.
16 September 2015
Making your own funeral arrangements ahead of time takes the burden off of your family. After your passing, they will be grieving your loss. Trying to determine your funeral wishes will just add to their stress. Here are the main elements of the various services that you'll want to include in your planning to help your family when you reach the end of your life. The Viewing and Visitation The traditional viewing is where people come to pay their respects to you and your family and offer prayers.
16 July 2015
Many families would prefer to hold an unconventional funeral to commemorate their unique loved one. Here are some ideas for funeral alternatives that skip the traditional procedures. Scatter at Sea A scatter at sea event is becoming more popular as an afterlife service. After the body is cremated, the family gathers at a seaside location to send the ashes to their final resting place. Each family member can help to scatter some of the ashes, making this a great communal way to remember a loved one.
15 June 2015
When someone passes away in your family, arranging for their funeral can be difficult. If the person practiced Judaism and you do not, it can be hard to know how to arrange a funeral that meets their strict religious beliefs. The following guide walks you through the basic information you need to know in order to arrange a funeral that is respectful and in line with Jewish beliefs and practices: