The person I knew and loved wasn’t a very traditional person. What can I do to make the service unique and reflect their personality?

The person I knew and loved wasn’t a very traditional person. What can I do to make the service unique and reflect their personality?

The Church of England minister will want the service to tell the story of the person who has died and anything that helps do that will be welcomed. This might include music and readings, shared memories from family and friends, even balloons or doves at the graveside. Alongside that story, they will also tell the story of God’s love and the Christian hope that death is not the end.