Losing someone we love can be a difficult experience for anyone. Whatever the circumstances, we are here to support you and your family and friends in any way we can. It is a privilege to be with you at this time and to pray for you.

It is usually easiest to contact a funeral director first who will then co-ordinate everything with us. But do be in touch with us first if you prefer. Our Priest-in-Charge, Alison will arrange to visit you to talk through and accompany you as you plan the service, and to answer any questions you might have.

We are here for you before, during and after the funeral in weeks and months to come should you value our support. Sometimes it helps to talk so please don’t hesitate to be in touch (07470 345829 /

Alternatively, you may like to contact Cruse Scotland, a nationwide bereavement support organisation who provide help for people of any age who have suffered a loss. Their free helpline number is 0808 802 6161 or you can find them online here.

Once a year, around All Souls Day at the end of October / beginning of November, we invite all those who have lost loved ones to a Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance. This is a quiet, reflective space where we read out the names of those we love but see no longer. There is also an opportunity to light a candle in their memory.