NOBODY likes to think about it, but the fact remains that we are only on this earth for a given time.
Pre-planning a funeral is the logical and sensitive way to ensure your farewell can be a celebration of your life with as little stress possible on those who love you.
At Holy Cross Funerals, the professional and caring funeral directors can guide you in completing required paperwork - nothing morbid or sad - simply practical, sensible and easy.
Holy Cross Funerals is an outreach of the Redcliffe City Parish and, as such, is a not-for-profit organisation and is now in its 20th year of operation.
Holy Cross Funerals offers genuine pastoral care for families during their time of grief.
They focus on ensuring all your expectations for your personalised service are covered, whether you choose a chapel or church service, burial or cremation, memorial service, repatriation overseas and or many direct cremation service options.
Profits made by Holy Cross Funerals are distributed throughout the community, various charities and church organisations.
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The staff at Holy Cross Funerals are experienced and professional from your first enquiry and can assist with all practical and spiritual aspects of the funeral for your loved one.
Families often plan in advance some aspects of the funeral by choosing poems or scripture verses, songs, hymns, booklets and photo presentations which can be used in the funeral itself.
Many people have personal preferences or requests they would like for their funeral service. Often this is something that's thought about but not discussed.
Pre-arranging a funeral enables your family to follow your personalised wishes as they are detailed in your pre-arranged funeral documentation for however you choose to say goodbye.
Everyone is welcome to utilise the services of Holy Cross Funerals.
The ministry is offered to all in Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Call today for an information booklet and/or free no-obligation appointment with one of their funeral directors.