We are here to help you during the difficult days
as you make arrangements for a funeral to take place,
as well as afterwards when you are coming to terms with the death of a loved one.
Please contact us to make arrangements for a service.
Even if you don’t live in the parish, it may be possible for us to help you.
Rev. Jack Bateson
You may also wish to visit the Church of England website for further information: https://www.churchofengland.org/life-events/funerals
God’s love and power extend over all creation. Every life, including our own, is precious to God. Christians have always believed that there is hope in death as in life, and that there is new life in Christ over death. Hope is at the heart of the Christian faith and at the heart of every funeral service that we arrange. Please contact us if you would like us to help. You may find the information on funerals on the Church of England website helpful: www.churchofengland.org
WHAT TO DO AFTER A DEATH
For information about what to do when someone dies — including who to notify, registering the death, arranging the funeral, and organ donation — see the article: ‘What to do after a death’ on the Directgov website.
HOW MUCH IS A FUNERAL?
Service in church, cemetery or crematorium£99
Burial in churchyard, following on from a service in church£194
Burial in churchyard on a separate occasion, or without service in church£230
Burial certificate, if required£12
The above fees do not include the funeral director’s fees or crematorium or local authority cemetery charges.
Monuments normally range in cost from £21 to £157, depending on the type and size of the monument required. This does not include the stonemason’s fee. Please see our information on Churchyard regulations as a number of rules apply.
If you are suffering a bereavement, we know that your experience is a very personal one, but we hope you will find our information on bereavement helpful.
For baptisms, weddings and funerals in any of our seven churches please contact:
Rev. Jack Bateson