The loss of a loved one can be a difficult time, and your Parish Priest is there to offer help, comfort and support.
Funeral services usually include the remembering of the person who has died, usually readings from the Bible, prayers (relating to the deceased person and to their family and friends), and hymns or other music.
"We have come together to commend our brother/sister N into the hands of Almighty God our heavenly Father. In the presence of death, Christians have sure ground for hope and confidence, and even for joy, because the Lord Jesus Christ, who shared our human life and death, was raised again triumphant and lives for evermore. In him his people find eternal life, and in this faith, we put our whole trust in his goodness and mercy."
From the Church in Wales Order for Christian Funerals
Funerals are generally arranged through local Funeral Directors, but Canon Phillip can be contacted directly regarding a Killay or Tycoch Funeral. There is a Garden of Remembrance at the rear of the Parish Church, where cremated remains of loved ones can be buried, please download the Application for Burial of Cremated Remains form.
The Reverend Canon Phillip Gwynn
Tel 01792 204758 Mobile 07946 351787