A celebrant service has become more common as a growing number of people have chosen not to be affiliated with a particular church or religion. Instead of a religious service being performed after they die, they instead would like a have a “celebration of life” that draws from different sources and fulfils their particular wishes. Celebrant or memorial services can always be offered with a religious official presents; however, they don’t have to be.
Celebrant Services for Your Funeral
Celebrant services have become more common as a growing number of people choose to have a funeral or memorial service performed in tribute to their loved one. Often, families choose this as an addition or enhancement to a religious ceremony. These families believe that a “celebration of life” which draws from different sources and inspiration, fulfils their particular wishes. Celebrant services can always be offered with a religious official present or as a standalone service.