We believe the roles of religion and culture hold a deeply important place for grieving families and communities.
The ceremonies and gatherings that our traditions give to us help to bring about important moments of clarity, truth, and perspective.
The Catholic funeral rite is wrapped in tradition that is both meaningful and healing for the family and community.
Hinduism teaches that god is within each being in the universe, and that the purpose of life is to realize that divine essence.
In Korea, the rites of passage from birth to death are called the “ceremonial occasions”.
Latter Day Saints Funeral
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints believe that their spirits are divine and will live on eternally after death.
In Islam, death is regarded as a transition from one state of being to another. Islamic practitioners, also called Muslims, believe that actions in this life determine how you will spend your next.
Zoroastrians believe that death is the work of an evil spirit, and that the body becomes impure as soon as the last breath has left it.