There are particular times when it helps to remember the person who has died. The Church of England has special services when we think about all those whom we love but see no longer. This page has more information about these services.
The funeral itself marks a particular moment as life changes after the death of someone you knew and love. As time goes on after the funeral, the experience of grief continues. Read on for some help and guidance about what grief might be like.
When news comes that someone special to someone you know has died, you want to help in someway. But it can be difficult to know the right thing to do. You may want to send a card, you may plan to go to the funeral, but there may be more that you can do. Find out here how you can support your friend in one of life’s hardest moments.
Facing loss can make us think about our own death, but where can we get help with our questions?
Sometimes we just can’t push away the subject of death any longer. We find ourselves facing our own mortality, whether through our own situation or that of someone close to us. Read on for help with your thoughts and questions.
We can pray in many different ways – in silence, in our own words or by lighting a candle. But sometimes we need help to pull our thoughts together. This page has a selection of prayers which you may find helpful, whether you are planning a funeral, going to a funeral, or beginning the journey of grief.
Lighting a candle can be a helpful way to pray for someone. You can do this in a church, or here online. Lighting an online candle will help you think about someone who has recently died and pray for all those who miss them.