Coronavirus Notice

Recent Obituaries

COVID-19 Precautions

Due to the Covid-19 health crisis, along with strong urging from the CDC to limit the number of people at gatherings to less than 10 individuals we ask that you exercise extreme caution when choosing to attend any services.

For further information on the CDC’s guidelines for mass gatherings and prevention: 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/large-events/mass-gatherings-ready-for-covid-19.html

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

Out of respect for the families we serve, along with the community as a whole, we want to limit those in attendance to immediate family and closest friends. We fully understand that memorializing a loved one through a funeral or memorial service is an important step in their grieving process, it’s the root of why we do what we do. Our main purpose is to serve our community, one family at a time, during what can be a difficult season to navigate. Currently, it seems we must consider the greater good, and make the hard, inconvenient choices that may not benefit us each individually, but can greatly impact the community as a whole.

Currently, we are working with families to make decisions that will help us all adhere to the CDC’s guidelines. We are sorry for the inconveniences this health crisis is posing for everyone, but we truly believe that serving others and loving them well is sacrificial work. Right now, the sacrifices we make to keep our distance, even when we desperately want to comfort others in person, could potentially save lives. If you aren’t going to be attending a service, as you would during other circumstances, make the extra effort to reach out through phone calls, emails, cards and letters, and especially remember those grieving in prayer. Grief is a process that is unique for each individual and it has no timeline. Please continue to reach out to these families in future weeks and months.

We’re all in this together, let’s do our best to take care of each other!