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As a Funeral Celebrant

When a Loved One dies, what is most important comes from the heart. Knowing how to create sacred space and give meaning to the life lived is the service I offer as a Funeral Celebrant.

Through the life stories of your Loved One - their recorded memories, accomplishments, beliefs, dreams, habits and foibles - an authentic, heart-felt and meaningful ceremony is designed. 

As a Funeral Celebrant, I am a ceremony specialist. I will create, along side you, a Memorial Ceremony and ritual that genuinely depicts and honors the life and beliefs of your Loved One, while respecting all of the people involved.


As a Home Funeral Guide

I support and consult with families regarding the care they wish to provide in honoring their Loved One through the dying process and after death.

My role is to empower families to take the time they need and participate in the roles that they feel are right for them in their Loved One's death care.

Home funerals are a traditional practice of family-centered death care. A home funeral is a natural and deeply sacred option. It is also completely legal. I have training, experience and practical knowledge of how to guide a family through a home funeral in the province of British Columbia.

Read Elsie's Home Funeral for one family's experience.

As a professional, my services liaise with conventional funeral providers and care facilities, working to create family-centered end-of-life rituals and private ceremonies that speak to the beliefs of your Loved One and family.


Home Funeral Workshop

For families or communities looking for a more authentic, intimate and participatory role in the death of a Loved One.

This full day workshop will de-mystify how to handle a dead body and bring the sacred care of a deceased Loved Ones back into the family's hands.


Contact Tricia to book a no-obligation interview, weaving2wholeness@gmail.com.