Life is for the living. And in death, a funeral, a memorial service or other leave-taking ceremony allows us to truly honour, pay tribute to and celebrate the life of someone we love, respect and admire.
You, and the people you love, deserve to be remembered in ways that are a genuine reflection of how your life was lived. Whether it is a small, serene, intimate gathering of family or a grand scale send-off for someone with a large circle of connections whose life is to be lauded and celebrated – all things are possible.
Melbourne, and its surrounds, abound in places and possibilities when it comes to places to hold your loved one’s funeral. Places of worship across all denominations, cemetery or funeral home chapels fall into the traditional and expected places when planning for a funeral, memorial service or leave-taking ceremony. There are plenty of options to choose from in all the expected places from Ascot Vale to Armadale, Eltham to Elsternwick, Healesville to Hallam, Mornington to inner city Melbourne; Eastern suburbs to Western suburbs; Northern suburbs to the Mornington Peninsula.
If you want a funeral service in Melbourne, outside a place of worship, cemetery or funeral home environment new options are being identified and becoming available all the time. Funeral venue options in Melbourne grow all the time as people seek to explore new ways of celebrating and commemorating well lived lives that are meaningful and relate to the way in which a person’s life has been lived. Golf Courses, RSL Clubs, Function Centres, Town Halls, Sailing, Fishing and Life Saving Clubs – all the places where active communities join together to live their lives are wonderful places to farewell a loved one.
To find out what is possible in your local community or nearby, help is at hand.
Jacqui Chaplin, as an End-of-Life Commemoration Specialist
- can advise on available death care and funeral care options (traditional, modern, environmentally-friendly and available alternative choices)
- suggests fitting traditional or unique and interesting venues to hold a funeral, memorial, thanksgiving or leave-taking service – holding a service at home is also possible
- offers information and support for direct cremation or unattended burials
- supports you in creating the most appropriate way to pay tribute your loved one’s life
- draws out and listens to ideas, preferences and varying points of view and gains agreement with those involved in planning and decision making
- plans, creates and delivers a ceremony which means your loved one’s farewell is remembered for all the right reasons
- ensures timing of the service is appropriate for your family and the venue
- expertly writes or provides support to write, review and deliver a eulogy, story or tributes
- presents a tailored and planned service for your approval
- creates a personalised PDF Commemorative Booklet of the ceremony (which can be printed)
- offers a range of ideas and support services beyond your loved one’s farewell service
Planning a uniquely different funeral, anywhere around Melbourne that offers you personalised funeral options for you or your loved one is much easier than you think.
If you are looking to have a loved one’s leave-taking service in a great funeral venue in Armadale, East Malvern, other inner suburbs, or anywhere in Melbourne call Jacqui on 0412-741-531 or email email@example.com
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For more information on doing dying and death differently or to start thinking about how to handle a death of a loved one before you are overtaken by grief, organise a conversation with Jacqui today.
Call +61 (0)412 741 531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqui Chaplin is a Lifetime & End-of-Life Commemoration Specialist (a funeral celebrant among other things) based in Melbourne, Australia. She loves capturing stories about the nature of life and being human, as well as, celebrating and commemorating well lived lives and lives that have ended. Jacqui has a passion for bringing the conversations that many of us find difficult to think about, let alone speak about, out in the open so we can see how our stories, values and beliefs influence our attitudes.
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