Funeral Program Examples
Here is an simple funeral program example (sometime referred to as a memorial service bulletin or obituary program) which is a printed booklet that can contain a photo, order of service, photo collages, funeral or memorial service information, obituary, poems and acknowledgments and pall bearer information. Below is an example of a floral design funeral program. For more information about funeral programs, visit our Funeral Programs Infomation section on this website. You can also view other sample funeral programs.
Funeral Program Example Outer Cover
This program was made from the Red Rose Funeral Program Template. The cover features a beautifully red rose and decorative border perfect for both a traditional service or contemporary. It features the program title "Homegoing Service" which as a funeral service where family and guests celebrate their loved one who has passed going on to heaven to be with the Lord. The cover also has a cover photo, Full Name, Birth and Death Dates and Service Information.
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The outer cover follows the traditional practice of listing the pall bears and flower bearers. It also has an acknowledgement (also called thank you note) to family and friends thanking them for any expression of kindness during this time. There is also a caption for the company that handled the funeral arrangements. Typically if the funeral home provides the program, this information will be listed on the back.
Funeral Program Example Inside Page
The inner page of this bifold funeral program has an order of service which lists all the traditional components of a funeral service, which includes music and hymns, prayers, scripture readings, obituary and eulogy readings For more information see our information on the funeral program order of service.
The opposite panel of this program features an obituary. This obituary tells where the deceased was born and educated, employment history and chuch involvement and lists surviving family members.