Humanist memorial ceremonies
Non-religious humanist memorial ceremonies, written with your words, and usually conducted in a familiar setting such as at home or a symbolic location. Only created when such remembrance feels right, they are led in a way that is warm, inclusive and still entirely respectful. Life-affirming, in just the right way.
Allows for a more personal, considered and shared experience that not only does your loved one proud but may feel more accessible than alternatives.
Creating a bespoke memorial ceremony encourages you to make space for reflection, discussion and expression, which can in turn become part of the grieving process.
350+ testimonials confirm how this intuitive process rewards every effort invested in it, resulting in a bespoke ceremony that offers insight as well as solace.
‘Our baby son’s humanist memorial ceremony was beautiful. Everyone was blown away. We’re just so grateful. In our darkest times, it’s been a pleasure to work with you. I cannot imagine there being anybody else I could have felt in safe hands with.’ Sarah + Alex
Choose which family or friends contribute to the writing in advance or are directly involved on the day: a select few or wider mix.
Additional bespoke elements can also be added e.g. a bespoke reading written with tributes from friends of the deceased, fond of the same hobby.
Rather than a stranger speaking of your family member or friend in an unfamiliar way, the tone of our humanist memorial ceremony would be wholeheartedly authentic.
There is something hugely comforting about such a collective act, combining words, feelings and memories, bringing together all the people to whom this person mattered.
Hannah Wroe Gill – Your Three Days