This is what the home page of the wedding resource folder looks like. Access to this resource is only available to clients who have been provided a username and password. If you click on the LOGIN tab on the menu bar, you will be asked to enter your login details and access will be given to the full resource.
When someone we love dies, no matter what the circumstance, it is always a difficult period of our lives. It is a time of incredible emotional stress. The sense of loss together with the accompanying period of grief and emotional upheaval is something everyone finds tough. Whilst we try and negotiate the mixed emotions and uncertainty this circumstance brings, it also affords us the opportunity to contemplate and celebrate the many wonderful, rich and rewarding memories that our deceased loved one leaves behind.
As a Civil Celebrant I work hard at trying to understand the pain that people feel when they lose a family member, This resource has been designed to assist grieving families as they begin to contemplate the task of preparing a funeral service. I have been fortunate to accumulate many resources since being involved in the funeral industry and some of that material is made available to families in this online facility. Many families have indicated their appreciation for the material supplied because in many instances families are often never prepared to adequately cope when death comes and knocks at the door of life.
This resource is extensive and will be applicable to people of varied circumstance. If you are facing the prospect of death in your family then feel free to contact me and I would be more than happy to visit you in your home and talk with you about your circumstance.
I thank you in anticipation for the opportunity to be involved with you sometime in the future. If you would like to make an enquiry about my funeral services then you can do so here.
Brian Venten BTh, CMC, JP(c.dec)
Civil and Funeral Celebrant
“Expect to have hope rekindled. Expect your prayers to be answered in wondrous ways. The dry seasons in life do not last. The spring rains will come again.” Sarah Ban Breathnach