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Funeral Order Of Service Samples Programs

Attending a memorial for a friend or family member who has passed away can bring forth a lot of emotion. Due to personal requests, cultural and religious traditions, some attendees may feel a little lost at such events. When a funeral order of service handout is provided, everyone will be more aware and comfortable.

Though it serves several purposes, the primary task of this printout is to provide guests with useful information. Each step of the proceedings is listed so that everyone is aware of what is happening next. This will also allow them to know the names of any sung or spoken tributes delivered.

The front of the program is where a favorite photo of the deceased is placed. Below the picture should be printed the honoree's full name, their dates of birth and death, followed by the place and the time the event will take place. The top of the page typically has a memorial caption.

The inside is used as a forum to provide a complete listing of each step of the program from the welcome to the dismissal. This is a great way to make sure all guests, especially those who may not have a familiarity with such events, know what is planned to happen. Because emotions sometimes run high, it also serves to keep things flowing on schedule.

Religious script, quotes, literary passages, hymns, songs, instrumentals and poetry are a few things often used to pay tribute at memorials. With the handout in place, all in attendance are aware of which are set to be delivered. The program should include all titles, sources, authors, composers and performers of each piece.

Creating a funeral order of service program is a thoughtful way of allowing all guests to follow along with the proceedings. This is especially useful for attendees who may not be familiar with what to expect. It also serves as a token that each mourner can take away as a memorial keepsake of someone they have lost.


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