All Faiths, All Cultures Honoured with Dignity

As a Dignity Memorial® provider, we are proud to serve families of all cultures, beliefs and backgrounds with compassion, care and dignity. Our funeral and cemetery professionals are knowledgeable in the funeral and burial customs of all faiths and cultures. In addition to incorporating any religious or cultural traditions that are important to you, we’ll also work with you to plan services filled with personalized details just for you or your loved one.

With more than 1,800 locations in seven provinces, 41 states and Puerto Rico, Dignity Memorial funeral providers regularly serve families representing a wide spectrum of religions, cultures and ethnicities. Our professionals are dedicated to honouring the customs and traditions of any faith so that your funeral, cremation or graveside service, or the service of a loved one, can be conducted in accordance with the traditions that are important to you and your family.

From all branches of Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and First Nation religions to a variety of Asian, Hispanic and regional cultures, Dignity Memorial providers are proud to serve diverse populations. Select funeral homes in the Dignity Memorial network may offer merchandise designed for the preferences of these populations and, upon request, can incorporate specific rituals or other religious or cultural elements into funeral and cemetery services.

In Dignity Memorial cemeteries, you may find burial sections developed for specific ethnic, religious or other groups. Depending on the cemetery and local population served, burial gardens may be dedicated to families of Asian cultures or Muslim or Jewish faiths, or fraternal or military groups such as Masons or veterans organizations. Many Dignity Memorial cemetery providers also hold special events throughout the year connected with religious or cultural observances, including Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) festivities, Ching Ming festivals, Easter sunrise services and Christmas memorial services.

Regardless of your ethnicity or religious affiliation, you can rest assured that your Dignity Memorial provider is equipped to provide services in accordance with the traditions of your religious or cultural beliefs. It’s just one more way that the providers of the Dignity Memorial network serve all families with dignity and respect.

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