The loss of a loved one can be an overwhelming time of hectic activity and sadness. During this time, many families find that a meaningful eulogy and a time of prayer adds a spiritual element to the experience and helps to begin the healing process.
Some families turn to their pastor to capture the essence of a person's life in a eulogy and to lead the prayers. However, sometimes the pastor has a scheduling conflict and the family is left without someone to fulfill this important role. In other cases, families without a church home are left looking for someone to lead the ceremony for their loved one.
To meet this need, Johnson-Nosek Funeral Home offers a large, newly remodeled chapel with comfortable seating, state-of-the-art multimedia equipment, a lounge area and ample parking.
In addition, we have carefully selected individuals who are available to lead the ceremony. Whether a family wishes traditional prayers lead by an ordained minister or a non-denominational ceremony lead by a funeral celebrant, we have trained professionals available to meet the need.
We are also prepared to offer several special touches which can add to the spiritual nature of your ceremony. For example, a lone bagpiper playing Amazing Grace at graveside will warm the hearts of all attendees and create a final tribute for the deceased.