'My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.' . '

Hope is a choice not dependent on circumstances. This video explains more.

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. Even those who share such faith find that there is a real sense of loss at the death of a loved one. We will each have had our own experiences of their life and death, with different memories and different feelings of love, grief and respect. To acknowledge this at the beginning of a funeral service will help us to use the occasion to express our faith and our feelings as we say farewell, to acknowledge our loss and our sorrow, and to reflect on our own mortality. Those who mourn need support and consolation. Our presence at the funeral service is part of that continuing support.  

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The charges for funerals are detailed below:

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Funeral costs

PCC: Parochial Church Council

DBF: Diocean Board of Finance