Caroline Flanders is an interfaith minister and Life-Cycle Celebrant TM. Caroline specializes in creating meaningful and unique end-of-life ceremonies to commemorate this significant life transition. Caroline’s life work, educational pursuits and personal experiences bring forth a deep understanding and knowledge of a multitude of cultures, religions, traditions, and practices. Life commemoration is facilitated as a one-of-a-kind, spiritual, religious, or secular ceremony co-created by Your specific direction and desires.
End-of-Life gatherings provide an opportunity for healing. Ritual and ceremony mark the transition from one experience into a new reality of life without the physical presence of one whom we hold so dear. By gathering to celebrate and commemorate life, we give living testimony and witness to personal achievements and history. A family-directed ceremony offers an opportunity to express grief, support our fellow mourners, and to grant hope and continuity for the living. Funerals, memorial services, and celebrations of life allow us to embrace our beliefs concerning life and death in a way that uniquely displays the cultural, religious, spiritual, and personal tapestry of life.
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