Dying Matters Awareness Week

As part of the Awareness Week in York
You are invited to come along  on 15th May from 10am to 1pm
The Fox Room
Quaker Meeting House
rencontre en ligne ado To meet and talk to local BHA celebrants source url Steve Emmett and rencontre profil gratuit Sharon Kent The death of anyone we have known and loved is no less sad, shocking or painful for those who live without religion.

follow A funeral director is most likely to deal with the practical arrangements of a funeral, but we are all entitled to specify the kind of funeral ceremony we want, be it a burial or cremation.

watch A Humanist funeral ceremony will:

  • focus on the person who has died
  • allow relatives and friends to express their feelings and to share their memories
  • have warmth and sincerity: many people find them helpful and are pleased to have provided a ceremony their loved ones would have wanted
  • celebrate the life of the person who has died
  • be more appropriate for those who have lived without religion We are accredited Funeral Celebrants with the British Humanist Association. Friendly, trained, experienced and insured, we are sensitive to your wishes, yet ready to give clear guidance and to answer your questions.

Come and have a chat with us and find out more, we would be delighted to meet you and you may be pleasantly surprised. There will be two short presentation and answer sessions, one at 10.30 a.m. and the other at 12.00 p.m.

source url We hope you will be able to come along but, if you can’t, please do email us or phone us for information or a chat.

World Humanist Congress 2014 I am really looking forward to taking part in the WHC in Oxford later this year. Here’s a video about it by the BHA…