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Funerals

Covid-19 response – Planning your own funeral booklet

Death and funerals are making daily headlines, and this can be a prompt for people to think about their ...

Covid-19 response – Funeral Industry Support Card

At a time when all funeral providers are extremely limited in what they can offer to grieving families, show ...

Funerals: an immediate concern

The culture around funerals has changed significantly in the past couple of decades. We have seen the emergence of ...

Bereavement care during Covid-19 pandemic

The Revd Canon Thomas Woodhouse has supported Church of England Life Events with consultancy through its Funerals Working Group for ...

Bereavement care after stillbirth and infant death

Stillbirth and infant death can still stop even the toughest of us in our tracks. The death of a baby ...

Covid-19 Funeral response – bookmark-style prayer card

These bookmark-sized cards can be sent out to remind people that God is with them and their friends and family ...

Coronavirus response – free social media images to highlight Light a Candle tool

Not attending a funeral is a very difficult experience for people, in spite of recent suggestions that ‘no fuss’ is ...

Coronavirus response – A3 poster to highlight online Light a Candle tool for funerals

Not attending a funeral is a very difficult experience for people, in spite of recent suggestions that ‘no fuss’ is ...

Coronavirus response – Funerals sympathy card

Not attending a funeral is a very difficult experience for people, in spite of recent suggestions that ‘no fuss’ is ...

Coronavirus resource – Funeral reflection for home use

Not attending a funeral is a very difficult experience for people, in spite of recent suggestions that ‘no fuss’ is ...