Religious Funeral Service and Funeral Packages

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Buddhist Funeral

Buddhists consider death a major religious significance. It reminds them of the impermanence of human existence and the fragility of the human body. With karma and reincarnation being one of their strong beliefs, it also reinforces the fact that death is only the beginning to one’s rebirth.

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Christian Funeral

Christians conduct funerals according to the customs of the Christian faith. The Christian faith has a personal cornerstone and core as its foundation as well - Jesus Christ. When a deceased passes on, he/she is believed to be in heaven, also known as the Kingdom of God.

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Taoist Funeral

Taoists’ strongly relate death with transformation and immortality. The rituals and procedures conducted also vary between different dialect groups i.e. Teochew, Hokkien, Hakka, Cantonese and Hainanese. Despite the differences, the concept underlying the principle of filial piety continually revolves around them as part of their customs and traditions.

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Catholic Funeral

Roman Catholics have a strong belief that a deceased’s soul lands in one of three places; Heaven, Hell or Purgatory. This is reliant on the work and faith that one carries while alive. When a deceased passes on, the Purgatory becomes an intermediate place where a soul transports itself to when physically dead.

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Free Thinker Funeral

Freethinkers have a viewpoint that beliefs should not be based on tradition/religion. According to them, there is no hard or fast rule in the way one should act in life and they hold a higher degree of flexibility in their thoughts and actions. This is where a funeral for a Freethinker is planned mainly according to their lifestyle, moral, ethics and personality.

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Children Funeral

The heart wrench associated with the loss of a child is indescribable. There is no one way to conduct a funeral for your child. What is paramount is that it honors your baby in a way that meets you and your spouse’s needs.

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Funerall Emcee/Celebrant

A Funeral Emcee/Celebrant is a qualified person who officiates funerals via planning and administering funeral proceedings. Their aim is for the funeral to be a “celebration of life” where the deceased can be honoured by family members and friends. They place an emphasis on ensuring that the unique story of life of the deceased is conveyed to attendees, especially in terms of their personality and memories.

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