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If you didn't know already that there are five types of funeral services, you aren't alone, many people don't know, and so, we will tell you what they are and how we do them.
This funeral service is traditional, and the events in this service can depend on the deceased's religion and belief. The main idea of this is to celebrate and remember the life of the person who has died.
It takes place within a few days of the incident. It can be done at the deceased's home, or their family, or maybe a church. The friends and family join and pay respects to the dead and provide comfort to the family.
In this service, the deceased's body must be present and not cremated because burial or cremation occurs after the funeral services.
Memorial services are for the deceased and remember their lives, where some share stories and honor the person. It is done after the burial or cremation of the dead. If it's cremated, then the remains can be present at the memorial in a jar.
Since the body is not present, this service can be held any time after death, but most prefer within a week to accept the loss and part ways with them. Some think that it should happen after grief has been passed, so you can celebrate their life and say goodbye happily. The memorial service can happen anywhere from a beach or a park.
This type of service is a small ritual that involves praying—sometimes praying near the deceased's graveside. It takes place near the graveside or in a cremation chapel.
Many religions follow this, and almost all funeral services provide this service.
A funeral reception is usually held after the other services, during which the family and friends remember and celebrate the life of the deceased in a better and casual place. These are mostly held at the family's house, but it can be done in a restaurant, a venue, or even a church. Food and drinks are served at this event.
Viewings, visitations, and reception can help the family accept the loss and pass the grieving period. You can share memories of the deceased and find comfort in being with people going through the same thing as you.