To help the bereaved family members and some close friends deal with death and to help them tread this somehow unfamiliar territory, they hold a memorial service in the name of their departed loved one. This funeral service also serves as their avenue to pay their last respects and bring closure to the life of the deceased.
During the funeral service, family members give eulogies and sometimes, inspiring passages from the Bible are read aloud to encourage and give hope to everyone in attendance. Since it’s also a time to honor the memory of the deceased, simple funeral programs are passed on to everyone. These programs, also known as funeral bulletins, reflect and capture the life of the departed in print so it’s something each attendee can take home with them to help them remember the deceased days, weeks, months and even years after the memorial service.
You can even have Christian funeral programs made in case the surviving family members want to hold a Christian memorial service. If your service is a non-religious ceremony, there are still some very nice program bulletins that can be appropriate to a secular service. You can find designs with nature scenes, seascapes, and floral patterns. You can even just print your program on some colored or textured paper if you prefer a more simpler presentation.
There is a funeral bulletin design to meet any type of service. So there is no reason not to have one. It is the best way to commemorate a life of a loved one.