What is a witnessing?
A witnessing is another way to say a final goodbye to a loved one before the cremation. A common misconception of cremations is that they take place in dark environments. However, Moles Farewell Tributes private Crematory Center provides an intimate Chapel-like environment for family and friends to gather and take part in the process of saying their goodbyes in this often-missed opportunity.
What occurs at a witnessing ceremony?
Like a memorial service or graveside service, a witnessing occurs in a room that is well-lit and comfortable. Once friends and family gather for the witnessing, the casket is placed in the viewing room next to the cremator doors. Participants may share comforting words and eulogies about their loved one and then, when the time is right, the casket is placed into the cremation enclosure, starting the cremation process.
Why do people want a witnessing?
For some people, it is simply a nice way to say a final goodbye. For others, witnessing the cremation is an important part of their faith and culture. At our private Crematory Center, we have state-of-the-art equipment as well as a warm and welcoming environment for you and your family to witness the cremation.