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The Jewish Funeral

The Jewish funeral is a modest, solemn religious service designed to honor the dead and provide support to the deceased’s family and friends as they grieve.  Read More

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name...  Read More

The Muslim Funeral

According to Islamic custom, Muslims bury their dead as soon as possible in order to free the soul from the body, typically within 24 hours.  Read More

The Plan Everyone Should Make – Have You?

Whether your motivation is to ensure your wishes are carried out or to protect your loved ones from making painful decisions at a time of loss, creating a plan for your final arrangements is an important responsibility.   Read More

The Protestant Funeral

While each Protestant denomination has its own distinct doctrines and practices, all revolve around the Christian theme that there is life after death for those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their savior.  Read More

Things to Remember for an Arrangement Conference

In order to better serve you and your family, the Dignity Memorial® network has created a listing of things to remember to ease the funeral or cremation arrangement process.   Read More

This is Not Your Grandfather's Funeral

The key to turning a funeral service into a celebration of the life lived is personalization which allows family, friends and visitors to share memories of the deceased and how he or she relates to the personalized elements of the service or the items on display.  Read More

Twelve Insights into Grieving After the Death of Your Loved One

Learning how to grieve healthfully, and to mourn so that you can learn to live in adaptively in the absence of your loved one, is no simple task. These 12 insights into grieving can be helpful to the bereaved.  Read More

When a Child Dies

Dr. Kenneth J. Doka provides an exploration of the common themes, adjustments and challenges that emerge after the death of a child as parents learn to cope with their grief.  Read More

When a Loved One Dies: Coping through a Time of Grief

The five stages of grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance – are a part of the framework that helps us learn to live without the one we lost.  Read More

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