Bank Street Unitarian Chapel

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Unitarians mark death with a service that celebrates someone’s life as well as mourns their death. As with other ceremonies, Unitarians want to create something that is personal and reflects the deceased person’s life and beliefs.

Funeral services can take place at the Chapel or at a crematorium or cemetery. Our Minister will visit the family and create a service that is meaningful for the family and the deceased person. Readings and music can come from religious or secular sources. We are happy to provide meaningful services for atheists and humanists, and our minister will use language that is appropriate for that person and their beliefs.

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