Today, people all over the world commemorate their loved ones with ceremonies that reflect their religious or cultural attitudes toward death. Just as we have rituals for other passages of life, such as graduations and weddings, we need a ritual for death – one of the most significant of all passages. Funerals just don’t recognize that a life has ended; they recognize that a life was lived. They offer family and friends a chance to gather and recall what mattered to them about the deceased’s life: his or her accomplishments, friendship, guidance and love. For this reason, it is important families choose the kind of final disposition most meaningful to them and most appropriate for the deceased.
Divinity Funerals have included in this website examples of religious and cultural beliefs. Rest assured that our funeral directors have extensive experience in providing funeral care for all religions and cultures in our multi-cultural society.
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