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Funerals and Bereavement Research Summary 2021

Since March 2020 the pandemic has dominated life, and death.
  • There have been many excess deaths.
  • Fear of death has ...

Formal prayers and Collect for use on March 23rd

A selection of prayers and Collect for use on or near the National Day of Reflection on March 23rd.   Follow ...

An Act of Prayer for individuals or households to mark 23 March: the beginning of the first lockdown

It may be appropriate for this Act of Prayer to take place in the evening. In a household, all may wish ...

Resources for the National Day of Reflection March 23rd 2021

These posters and prayer cards will help you publicise the National Day of Reflection on March 23rd. Read more about ...

Intercessions for the National Day of Reflection March 23rd 2021

These prayers have been designed to be included in your intercessions during services on March 23rd - the National Day ...

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 ...

GraveTalk Worksheet

Hospital Chaplains – Guidance on Funerals

The funeral ministry of chaplains is highly valued and pastorally crucial. In response to requests from Church of England hospital ...

Centre for Death & Society Newsletter – Bath University

This is the latest issue of Bath University's CDAS newsletter, covering details of the CDAS conference; death and dying in ...

Key challenges from the Funerals research

A summary of the key challenges from the Church of England Funerals research.