A Memorial Service or Funeral
One of the most challenging times in any family is the death of a loved one. A Funeral Service is one in which the body of the person who has died is present. A Memorial Service is one without the presence of the body and most often occurs after burial or cremation. Both of these services focuses on thanksgiving for and celebration of the life of the person who has died.
The Funeral Director must call the Pastor to determine the day and time of the Funeral or Memorial Service.
The Pastor will make arrangements to visit with the family as soon as possible, either in the home or in the church office in order to plan the service. At such time, the details of the service regarding music, scripture and any other special additions will be discussed. Masonic, military, fraternal or other rituals should be conducted and completed before the Funeral or Memorial Service begins.
A) The fee for the pastor is $125.00.
B) The fee for an organist is $125.00.
C) A Non-member fee of $150.00 is required for the
use of the building, the sound system and clean-up after the service.
D) There is a .10 per bulletin fee for Non-members for printed bulletins.
E) St. John’s Hospitality Team can provide a light meal after the service:
Members: Cold meal: $6.00 per person
Hot meal: $5.00 per person
Snacks (cookies, cakes, chips): Free
Non-members: $7.50 per person
Snacks: $3.00 per person