Funeral Celebrants

Key Points

  • A funeral celebrant can provide guidance in delivering a highly personalised service.
  • They will follow your wishes with regards to spiritual or contemporary content.
  • Celebrants are experienced at composing a funeral service and can assist you with the writing and delivery of a Eulogy.
  • You can contact a celebrant directly, or ask your funeral director.

The Eulogy

The eulogy is one of the most important parts of a service and brings pleasure and comfort to the family members, friends and guests. You may wish to write the eulogy yourself, or if you prefer, your celebrant will write the eulogy for…

The Funeral Service

A funeral or memorial service is usually held at a church, chapel or venue of your choice, but it is important to note that there are lots of possibilities today, and that you don’t have to follow a traditional format. If you require…

Why use a Funeral Celebrant?

The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that approximately 60 percent of Australian funeral services today are performed by civil funeral celebrants. Whilst traditionally this means the service would be officiated without religious content, many contemporary funeral celebrants are happy to include spiritual references…