What is a Civil Funeral Ceremony?
A Civil Funeral is an alternative type of funeral that is tailored to the values and beliefs of the deceased and their family, rather than the person conducting the funeral.
Not everyone wants the same type of funeral. Many people in the UK still choose a ‘traditional’ religious funeral service, but more and more people are finding Civil Funerals more suited to their needs.
A Civil Funeral ceremony can include religious elements from any faith, or no religious reference at all. Civil ceremonies suit either cremations or burials and can be held at a variety of locations except churches and religious buildings.
With the help and support of a professional Civil Funeral Celebrant, the most appropriate and meaningful ceremony for this final act of love and respect can be created.
About Justin Andersen
After working for over thirty years in training and development in the funeral profession, Justin now offers his skills to bereaved families seeking to celebrate the lives of their loved ones rather than holding a purely religious service.
Justin’s professional approach makes him sensitive, adaptable and non-judgemental. You will experience a caring and sensitive service that will put the needs of you and your family first – Justin firmly believes that the ceremony must capture the very essence of the person and tell the story of the life that has been lived.
Justin is proud to hold the Level 3 Diploma in Funeral Celebrancy, a nationally recognised and accredited award.
Justin provides Civil Funeral Celebrancy services in Swansea and surrounding areas.
Feedback on Justin from recent services
“Mrs S told me how pleased she was with the service.”
Mr C.S., Funeral Director.
“Mrs W. came into the office today and couldn’t speak highly enough of you. She said you made “Everyone laugh and cry.” Mourners commented on the touching and relevant contents of the service. Mrs W. asked me to pass on her thanks again.”
Mr T.M., Funeral Director.
If you are considering Justin for your loved one’s funeral ceremony either contact him direct or talk to your Funeral Director.