ChurchFunerals Direct, Inc. is a licensed funeral home and technology company that has developed a system and business model that makes funerals better and greatly reduces the cost. Just as Uber is a Transportation Network Company (TNC) that transformed the taxi business, ChurchFunerals Direct is a Funeral Network Company (FNC) that is transforming the funeral business.
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Yes. ChurchFunerals Direct is a licensed funeral home. We are also a Funeral Network Company (FNC) staffed by licensed funeral directors who specialize in conducting funeral services and memorial services in churches. We are also an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau and maintain an A+ rating.
Yes. Simply call our toll-free telephone number at the time of death (or prior to death). By law, those funds are easily transferable. Plus you will likely receive a significant refund because of the internal growth of your funds and your substantial savings because of ChurchFunerals Direct.
You can contact us in advance and we’ll stop by and help you pre-plan your funeral and provide you with as many Contact Cards as your family needs. If you don’t have time right now to pre-plan, then just give us a call and we will send you as many wallet-sized Contact Cards as you need. Simply give one to each member of your family to carry with them. That makes reaching us quick and convenient, anytime, day or night.
That’s okay. Many churches are already familiar with us and are part of the ChurchFunerals Direct Network. So there is a church near you that will host your visitation and funeral, and even the traditional funeral meal for family and friends attending the funeral. In fact, almost all churches will host a funeral as a way to minister to those in their local community, even if the family is not a member of the church.
Yes, and the cost will likely be even lower than a full-service ChurchFunerals Direct funeral.
Yes, cremation services are available. The cremation can be done before a memorial service with only cremains present at the gathering and memorial service. However, many people who choose cremation prefer to have a visitation and viewing time with the loved one’s body present, and then cremation occurs after the actual funeral service itself. We believe it is important for family and friends of the deceased to be able to view the body one last time. This provides closure and helps your loved ones get through the grieving process.
No problem. Just telephone us and authorize us to take over. We will immediately pick up your loved one from the funeral home that handled the embalming. You will only need to pay the other funeral home for the work they have done in picking up and embalming the body. This should only be a few hundred dollars, and we may even be able to reduce your final funeral bill accordingly.