Besides choosing a Burial or Cremation, you will need to think about the type of funeral service. We will guide you through the entire process and help you make informed decisions along the way.
A Funeral with the rich tradition of the Rites of the Catholic faith with Funeral Directors that have the knowledge and understanding.
There are many Christian Churches which we conduct funeral services.
We can conduct funerals services for families of all Orthodox denominations. This includes, Greek Orthodox and all Eastern Orthodox Churches.
A non religious funeral service are common for those who have no particular faith. Many families choose to have these services held in a non-denominational chapel and led by a civil celebrant.
Most crematorium facilities have non-denominational chapels e.g. Pinegrove Memorial Park at Minchinbury.
Our exclusive offer for a funeral service and wake on the beautiful Nepean River.
No. There are a few circumstances when a body needs to be embalmed. These are if the body is being repatriated or travelling interstate, having an above ground interment in a crypt or a vault or if the funeral is being delayed. On occasions, the embalming process may enhance the look of the deceased for viewing although in most circumstances this is not necessary.
Absolutely yes, there are many options available. Please check out our personalised tributes. You can personalise a funeral through music, booklets, venue, coffin, flowers to name a few.
Yes, Nepean Valley Funerals own and operate their own mortuary facility, fully approved by the Department of Health and is solely used by our company.
There is no legal requirement to have a funeral or death notice in a newspaper.