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One good example is of a family divided by belief. I was asked to create a funeral ceremony for a man who was an atheist and would not tolerate religion, but one half of his family were Evangelical Christians and wanted to include The Lord’s Prayer. The solution I offered was for me to conduct the ceremony including the committal, then to announce the end of the humanist funeral and introduce the son who would lead an act of worship for those wished to take part. I left the chapel and the son led the prayer. All of the family was happy and was, in fact, one of the clients who later nominated me for Celebrant of the Year 2014.
So if someone wants a prayer including, we can find ways of doing this providing I myself don’t have to say it.
We have a similar situation with hymns, though they are less tricky since many people, myself included, enjoy certain ecclesiastical music. One easy solution is to have an orchestral version of a hymn played, as I have done many times. If the family wants the hymn to be sung, once again, so long as I don’t have to sing it, this can be accommodated. For me it is about helping people in need without compromising my own principles, and I will do all I can to assist.
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Those who have no religious belief, and those who are agnostic or who may have some belief but are not church or chapelgoers and would feel uncomfortable with a religious service.
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Hymns – we know that some people are sentimentally attached to some hymns – often those associated with their childhood or with sporting events. There are also those who want a hymn to be included for the benefit of other mourners. If required, and if I can explain why it is there, I will include a hymn.
Prayers – prayers should not be empty words. They should be meaningfully addressed to a God in whom the speaker genuinely believes and with whom he or she has a relationship. It would be insincere and hypocritical for a humanist to say prayers and they are not normally included in our ceremonies. Exceptionally, such as when a family is divided between a religious service and a humanist ceremony, I would suggest that a prayer be spoken by a family member opr close friend who is a believer.
Humanist Celebrants are non–religious but not anti-religious. We try to be inclusive. We can talk about anything but we will not worship.
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Just pick up the phone or email me. I am happy to talk through what I can and can’t do, and the things that motivate me to want to provide the highest level of service to families and Funeral Directors.