Funeral Planning: It's Your Funeral
Planning affordable, eco-friendlier funerals
presented by Amy Cunningham
Planning for your own death, and getting acquainted with what is both
traditional and newly possible in today’s end-of-life rituals, is a spiritual
practice that enables you to face your own mortality with courage and
ultimately express your most deeply-held values. Sadly, people who
postpone funeral discussions are too frequently confronted with
decisions involving thousands of dollars as they hold Kleenex in their
Join GNPS member and NY licensed funeral director, Amy Cunningham
in a talk about the fascinating trends within today’s funeral business.
Our conversation will cover how to plan a reasonably-priced, back-to-basics
funeral or memorial service as Amy offers timely, helpful information
on the green burial movement, green cemeteries near New York City,
new thinking on the burial shroud, cremation pros and cons,
biodegradable caskets, blended-faith/alternative ceremonies, and more.
You’ll get a glimmer of what funerals of the future might look like—and
leave with planning literature for yourself or for someone you love.
If you have specific questions you can provide the questions when you register, or email us at
This event is open to the public and please bring guests, but let us know how many
are coming so we can plan appropriately.
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