The message at all funerals at our churches is one of hope. Although there is sadness because someone you know and love has died, there will also be a message of hope in life after death.
Each person is unique – in personality and in life experience. A funeral at any of the churches allows you to give thanks for the unique person you knew and loved in a way that brings comfort and hope.
Your funeral director will make all the arrangements. Please be assured of our care and commitment to provide a funeral that suits your particular needs.
Revd Paul Holley shares the Christian view on eternal life is a short reflection
BODMIN WAY FUNERALS OFFER:
A priest or professional lay minister with training and experience in supporting grief and the celebration of life
They create with you a personal service set in churches that resonate with the memory of many past generations.
A message of love and hope can be expressed in various ways according to faith or philosophy.
Ancient Grade 1 listed church buildings that have served communities over centuries
St Petroc’s Church, with its ample space, gives the opportunity for mourners to remain in church for a wake (café-style & COVID-safe)
Memorial services for larger numbers of people can be arranged when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Catering can be added.
Pastoral care services from church volunteers
Burial options in well-maintained churchyards
Ongoing prayers and services to mark the continuing experience of loss and memory
When you can't attend a funeral, practical support and guidance are given here:
Revd Paul Holley
will guide you
A funeral in church offers the environment for family and friends to celebrate the life of loved ones and express their loss.
Bodmin Way funerals offer caring and professional celebrants to mark the life of a unique loved one.