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Hazel Jane - Glasgow

Dearest friend,

Death is an inescapable part of life. While we can’t avoid it, we can honour it, respect it, and create a celebration that truly reflects the individual who has departed from their Earthly self.

Death is delicate and fragile, and yet so heavy and overwhelming. As a funeral celebrant, my role is to witness you, hear your wishes and then deliver a ceremony written from the heart.

I can include as many or as few religious or spiritual elements as you like. These days, many people do not feel they belong to a particular religion, but don’t fit inside of the atheist or traditionally humanist belief systems, either. Anything that brings you comfort is beautiful in my eyes - your truth is what matters in these moments that bring us all the way back to the core of ourselves. I was ordained as an Interfaith Minister in 2021 and have spent the last years working with families across Scotland on ceremonies that help to say goodbye to loved ones.

If you are available locally, I will come for a home visit prior to writing the ceremony. If you are further away, we can arrange a video call to go through all of the necessary details.



Telephone 07794991035

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