Celebrant of Clergy Member. Which Should I Choose and Why?

By: Vito Arahovites
Thursday, December 8, 2016

A clergy and a Celebrant are two different professionals who serve differently in the various places on which they are invited or hired. A celebrant works on every function or service including funeral services and wedding ceremonies to facilitate the smooth operation of the ceremony. A clergy on the other is a member or members of a religious facility that are there to facilitate Funeral service so that they are conducted in a religious way.

 

Functions of the Clergy Member

Getting a clergy member to manage a Funeral service is a good way to depict how religious your family. The clergy member will ensure that all the religious rituals are followed before your loved one is laid to rest. Conducting the masses, proving last summons and making prayers is going to be done by a clergy member so that the deceased is welcomed into the other world. It could be a Christian, a Muslim or any other kind of religion, a clergy member would ensure that everything is followed as needed to show last respect to the deceased.

 

Reasons to Choose a Celebrant

These are people who are going to structure your ceremony the way you want for nice progression from the start to the end. They organise for music systems, organise the time for each person and ensure that all drinks and refreshments are provided. They are very flexible to handle any ceremony that they are hired to arrange. If you want to have a budget friendly and satisfactory ceremony, they are the ideal candidates you can hire to get excellent Funeral services. They have no limits because their work is to creatively structure ceremony outlines to ensure that every hour and minute is spent nicely and productively.

 

Choosing the Best One for You

Now it is clear that clergy member is the appropriate one for funerals especially if you want all the religious rituals to be met successfully. But celebrants are good to ensure that the whole funeral service is a success and that no part is skipped or forgotten through proper time and activity handling. It is good if all are hired to work together so that you have a competent funeral service for your loved one. If it is a must that you hire one of them in a Funeral service, going for the clergy member would be a great idea because they are going to follow and fulfil all the religious requirements. These professionals do not work in antagonism but rather in association to ensure that you have a perfect ceremony.

Leave a comment
Name*:
Email:
Comment*:
Please enter the letters you see in the image.

Comments

Please wait

Previous Posts

Celebration of Life VS. Funerals

Both funerals and celebrations of life are essential items in the grieving process. However, the main difference between the two is the physical presence of the body during the ceremony. At a funer...

Should I Go to the Funeral?

Death and funerals are a time of complicated emotions, for some it is a time filled with grief, for others it starts with confusion, but for most it’s a time with immense sadness regardless of thei...

Funeral Etiquette 101

Funerals can be an overwhelming and emotional time for every party involved. There are rules and etiquette that some people are unaware of, thus adding to the already intense and emotional atmosphe...

What Goes into the Expenses of a Standard Funeral?

Planning a funeral can be a stressful and confusing time. Not only are you dealing with the grieving process but also you are now responsible, both physically and financially, for the funeral servi...

The Importance of Writing a Eulogy

Eulogy is considered a prime component of the memorial service since it is an opportunity for you to pay tribute and honour your loved one. Traditionally, eulogy is a gift to the deceased wherein y...

Understanding the Stages of Grief and Tips on How to Help a Grieving Friend

Dealing with the loss of something you deeply care about is usually quite painful. While it may not seem like all the sadness and pain will never go away, grief can result in healing and immense pe...

Coping with Grief During the Holiday Season

Losing a loved one can be quite depressing. Learning how to get through every new day without them tends to be a long and painful process for most. Feelings of loss and loneliness usually become mo...

Carrying the Casket: Do Women Serve as Pall Bearers at a Funeral?

Getting chosen to be a Pallbearer is an honour more so if you are a woman. It is not common to see women carrying the casket, but that is not to say that there is anything wrong with women taking u...

Pre-Planning - The Time is Now

Charles J. O’Shea Funeral Homes is a specialized service provider which is going to help you organize or prepare for a funeral. With this in mind, we try to make everything possible in order to pro...

Does the Catholic Church Forbid Cremation?

Every religion has its own funeral traditions and preferred burial methods. Catholics are no different. Many traditions surround a Catholic death that include when to hold the funeral, administerin...