How to Conduct a Funeral Service?


A funeral service can be conducted by a funeral director, a minister, a family member or a close family friend. A minister or funeral director will charge from $100 to $300 per service. You should offer the family friend at least $50.00. You can find out more information here:
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How to Conduct a Funeral Service
Conducting a funeral service is an honor and a somber responsibility. Bring your professionalism and your awe in the presence of life's great mystery as you face a sea of grief in the faces of loved ones. Use words and rituals to guide attendees as they... More »
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