Funerals

We are sorry that you have to make an enquiry about arranging a funeral. We hope that we can support you in whatever way is possible through this difficult time.

When someone dies, there’s so much to think about and so much to organise. We understand how difficult this can be, but we can help you say your final goodbye in a way that really helps.

From the moment you are in touch with us, throughout the funeral service, and for as long as you need us afterwards, we’re here for you. We have been helping people mark the end of life for generations.

Before the Funeral

The first step you need to take in arranging a funeral is to contact a Funeral Director. The Funeral Director will talk to you about what kind of funeral you would like and will make all the arrangements between you, the crematorium or burial ground, and St Mark’s church.

If you already know the minister whom you would like to take the funeral, then simply tell your funeral director.

Once your Funeral Director has been in touch with us someone from the church will visit you to listen to the story of the person you knew, and will go through all the details of the funeral service itself.

The first step you need to take in arranging a funeral is to contact a Funeral Director. The Funeral Director will talk to you about what kind of funeral you would like and will make all the arrangements between you, the crematorium or burial ground, and St Mark’s church.

If you already know the minister whom you would like to take the funeral, then simply tell your funeral director.

Once your Funeral Director has been in touch with us someone from the church will visit you to listen to the story of the person you knew, and will go through all the details of the funeral service itself.

After the Funeral

Immediately after a funeral, you’ll be with your family and friends. But as the days and weeks go by, the church will also be there for you. Your church can support you in lots of ways, even if the funeral did not take place where you live.

Immediately after a funeral, you’ll be with your family and friends. But as the days and weeks go by, the church will also be there for you. Your church can support you in lots of ways, even if the funeral did not take place where you live. 

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