If a loved one has died, we are very happy to help you arrange a funeral for them. We try to support you through the sad time of your bereavement.

The first contact with us will normally be thorugh your Funeral director who will help you with all the arrangements.  We will visit you, in your home wherever possible, to decide what form you would like the funeral service to take.

After a Cremation, the ashes of your loved one can be buried in our Memorial Garden at a time suitable to you. This will take place in a short service. 

Their names will be recorded for posterity in our Memorial Book             

We hold an annual Thanksgiving and Memorial Service at 10.30am usually on the first Sunday in November, which marks All Saints and All Souls Day.  You will be able to light a candle in memory of your loved one, and enjoy the support of other bereaved families. 

We can now offer a livestreaming of your service if it would be beneficial for your family or friends who maybe are unable to join you in person. 

If you would like to use the livestreaming service please advise accordingly. 
We will send you the link several days before the service, so you can forward it to your family and friends. The link will be available only for your guests and will be removed a few days after the service.

The Livestream system has been installed by a professional company, and every effort has been made to achieve the best possible results. Technology can however have its problems so we cannot guarantee that there will not be any technical issues on the day.

Before making your decision you may wish to view last Sundays Church service.
Go to the webpage for St Michaels
At the bottom of the page click on the link for ‘Livestream Service'.

The cost for this Livestreaming Service is £50.

If you would like to talk to someone about a funeral, please contact the Revd Neil Short on 0151 378 0332 or Helen Hunter on 0151 931 1454.