Memorials to mourn in the

Comfort of togetherness

Memorials to mourn in the

Comfort of togetherness

Eventually we all experience the pain of losing someone we love. No one is untouched by death, yet saying goodbye to a loved one can be among the most difficult things we will ever endure. There is no getting around grief: you cannot take shortcuts, rush through it or “get over it.” For many, though, there is comfort in gathering within a community that shares your loss.

“Words cannot express my gratitude for the meaningful way Hannah depicted my husband’s spirit and character.”

Memorials and funerals offer space to voice your sorrows and share your sadness with others. They provide important time to mourn what you have lost or what you will not get to have, as well as a place to celebrate the life and honor the spirit of the deceased. Services can give closure to one chapter of your loss so that you may move forward on the journey of life without your loved one.

Interfaith minister stands with her eyes closed and her hands on her heart to pray during a ceremony

Eventually we all experience the pain of losing someone we love. No one is untouched by death, yet saying goodbye to a loved one can be among the most difficult things we will ever endure. There is no getting around grief: you cannot take shortcuts, rush through it or “get over it.” For many, though, there is comfort in gathering within a community that shares your loss.

“Words cannot express my gratitude for the way Hannah depicted my husband’s spirit.”

Interfaith minister stands with her eyes closed and her hands on her heart to pray during a ceremony

Memorials and funerals offer space to voice your sorrows and share your sadness with others. They provide important time to mourn what you have lost or what you will not get to have, as well as a place to celebrate the life and honor the spirit of the deceased. Services can give closure to one chapter of your loss so that you may move forward on the journey of life without your loved one.

Eventually we all experience the pain of losing someone we love. No one is untouched by death, yet saying goodbye to a loved one can be among the most difficult things we will ever endure. There is no getting around grief: you cannot take shortcuts, rush through it or “get over it.” For many, though, there is comfort in gathering within a community that shares your loss.

“Words cannot express my gratitude for the way Hannah depicted my husband’s spirit and character.”

Interfaith minister stands with her eyes closed and her hands on her heart to pray during a ceremony

Memorials and funerals offer space to voice your sorrows and share your sadness with others. They provide important time to mourn what you have lost or what you will not get to have, as well as a place to celebrate the life and honor the spirit of the deceased. Services can give closure to one chapter of your loss so that you may move forward on the journey of life without your loved one.

“We are forever grateful for Hannah’s understanding, compassion, and willingness to be with us in this time.”

“We are grateful for Hannah’s understanding and compassion.”

Interfaith minister stands in autumn field cradling her hands in front of her

Whether you are planning a funeral, burial, ash scattering, memorial or celebration of life, I will guide you in considering what matters now: what needs to be named, shared and remembered about the person you have lost, and what wants to be invited, cultivated and offered those left to grieve.

​Funerals and memorial ceremonies are customized to reflect the personality, values and beliefs of the deceased while remaining sensitive to the needs and wishes of their family. Services can include cultural, religious or spiritual traditions as well as universal principles of love, compassion and hope. You may also wish to incorporate music, prayers, readings, poems or reflections from loved ones.

“Hannah did a wonderful job with the service. It was true to my dad and for that I cannot thank her enough.”

As an Interfaith minister, I welcome all religious backgrounds as well as spiritual or secular families. Typically ranging from $500 to $750, my suggested fee varies depending on the size and complexity of the service. Sliding scale and pay-what-you-can options are available and can be discussed during our initial consultation, which is always available at no cost.

Interfaith minister stands in autumn field cradling her hands in front of her

Whether you are planning a funeral, burial, ash scattering, memorial or celebration of life, I will guide you in considering what matters now: what needs to be named, shared and remembered about the person you have lost, and what wants to be invited and offered those left to grieve.

“The service was true to my dad. For that I can’t thank Hannah enough.”

Funerals and memorial ceremonies are customized to reflect the personality, values and beliefs of the deceased while remaining sensitive to the needs and wishes of their family. Services can include cultural, religious or spiritual traditions as well as universal principles of love, compassion and hope. You might also incorporate music, prayers, readings, poems or reflections from loved ones.

Interfaith minister stands in autumn field cradling her hands in front of her

Whether you are planning a funeral, burial, ash scattering, memorial or celebration of life, I will guide you in considering what matters now: what needs to be named, shared and remembered about the person you have lost, and what wants to be invited and offered those left to grieve.

“Hannah did a wonderful job with the service. It was true to my dad and for that I cannot thank her enough.”

Funerals and memorial ceremonies are customized to reflect the personality, values and beliefs of the deceased while remaining sensitive to the needs and wishes of their family. Services can include cultural, religious or spiritual traditions as well as universal principles of love, compassion and hope. You may also wish to incorporate music, prayers, readings, poems or reflections from loved ones.

What to Expect

Sharing stories is an important part of processing your loss. As together we reflect on your loved one’s death, you explore the significance of their life. In remembering all they have meant to you, you discover they will continue to be part of your lives.

​There are times when a death leaves too much unspoken or unresolved, or when hurting goes deeper than the loss itself.  Sometimes even the circumstances of death are more than we feel we can bear. This grief, too, must find its way to expression.

Not everything you might share with me will be part of the service for your loved one, but the space to speak and be heard is an important part of mourning. Planning a funeral or memorial for your loved one will be a meaningful chapter in your journey toward healing.

Interfaith minister walks into a ceremony holding her script booklet

What to Expect

Interfaith minister walks into a ceremony holding her script booklet

Sharing stories is an important part of processing your loss. As together we reflect on your loved one’s death, you explore the significance of their life. In remembering all they have meant to you, you discover they will continue to be part of your lives.

​There are times when a death leaves too much unspoken or unresolved, or when hurting goes deeper than the loss itself.  Sometimes even the circumstances of death are more than we feel we can bear. This grief, too, must find its way to expression.

Not everything you might share with me will be part of the service for your loved one, but the space to speak and be heard is an important part of mourning. Planning a funeral or memorial for your loved one will be a meaningful chapter in your journey toward healing.

As an Interfaith minister, I welcome all religious backgrounds as well as spiritual or secular families. Typically ranging from $500 to $750, my suggested fee varies depending on the size and complexity of the service. Sliding scale and pay-what-you-can options can be discussed during our initial consultation, which is always available at no cost.

What to Expect

Interfaith minister walks into a ceremony holding her script booklet

Sharing stories is an important part of processing your loss. As together we reflect on your loved one’s death, you explore the significance of their life. In remembering all they have meant to you, you discover they will continue to be part of your lives.

​There are times when a death leaves too much unspoken or unresolved, or when hurting goes deeper than the loss itself.  Sometimes even the circumstances of death are more than we feel we can bear. This grief, too, must find its way to expression.

Not everything you might share with me will be part of the service for your loved one, but the space to speak and be heard is an important part of mourning. Planning a funeral or memorial for your loved one will be a meaningful chapter in your journey toward healing.

As an Interfaith minister, I welcome all religious backgrounds as well as spiritual or secular families. Typically ranging from $500 to $750, my suggested fee varies depending on the size and complexity of the service. Sliding scale and pay-what-you-can options can be discussed during our initial consultation, which is always available at no cost.

Minister in prayer shawl gently holds a soft velvet heart

Take the first step

You can also send a message and we’ll start the conversation, or visit my Ceremony Guide page if you’re planning your own ceremony.

Minister in prayer shawl gently holds a soft velvet heart

Take the first step

You can also send a message and we’ll start the conversation, or visit my Ceremony Guide page if you’re planning your own ceremony.

Minister in prayer shawl gently holds a soft velvet heart

Take the first step

You can also send a message and we’ll start the conversation, or visit my Ceremony Guide page if you’re planning your own ceremony.

Top 10 Favorite Readings

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Top 10 Favorite Readings

Choose your curated list of my most-loved selections for memorial ceremonies

Top 10 Favorite Readings

Choose your curated list of my most-loved selections for memorial ceremonies