St. Mary Magdalene
B o l n e y

■ Funeral & Memorial Services

Funeral and Memorial services are usually arranged by your Funeral Director.

If you haven't already done so, they will contact us on your behalf to arrange for a member of the clergy to conduct the service.

If requested, they will also book the Church if the service (whether a burial or a cremation) is to be held here at St. Mary Magdalene rather than at the crematorium in either Brighton, Worthing or Worth (Crawley).

​​​​​Currently, funerals are restricted with only immediate family or close friends attending. We recognise how difficult this will be for many and encourage you to discuss the possibility of a memorial service in church at a later date when more people can be present.

Funeral or Memorial Service in Church

We will then get in touch with you to arrange a pastoral visit and help you decide the details and content of the service (for example your choice of hymns and readings) so that it reflects a worthy and apt thanksgiving for the life of your loved one.

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Sadness, grief and being there

mailor speak to your funeral director

The days after a funeral can be as tough as the ones before. Our clergy and pastoral team are available to talk with anyone who wishes too. Even if we didn’t take the funeral of your loved one, we would be pleased to offer you pastoral care.

Monuments & Memorial Tablets

Gifts in Memoriam

Flowers in Memoriam

Church of England Funerals

Bereavement Support

■ Service held in Church
Funeral or Memorial Service at St. Mary Magdalene

■ Funeral Information
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