Humanist Funeral Ceremonies
The first BHA ceremonies were performed in the 1890s, and as more and more people choose to live their lives without religion, the demand for non-religious funeral ceremonies increases.
The death of someone close to us is sad, shocking and painful. This is true for us all, whether or not we have religious beliefs. Humanist Funerals are a celebration of the life that has been lived. They include personal reflections of the family, readings or poems chosen by family members or friends, and music that was special to the deceased.
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To Make You Smile
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Whitby in 1959