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About Us

Divinity Funerals is a family owned and operated funeral home. We service the diverse needs of our community by providing a broad range of personalized funeral care services. We promise to provide you with commitment and compassion during each step of the funeral care process.

Our dedicated staff has over forty years’ experience in the funeral care industry and we can guide you in determining which service is appropriate for your family’s needs.

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Our Services

Traditional Funerals Services

Committal Service

Modern Cremation

Why have a funeral

Today, people all over the world commemorate their loved ones with ceremonies that reflect their religious or cultural attitudes toward death. Just as we have rituals for other passages of life, such as graduations and weddings, we need a ritual for death – one of the most significant of all passages. Funerals just don’t recognize that a life has ended; they recognize that a life was lived. They offer family and friends a chance to gather and recall what mattered to them about the deceased’s life: his or her accomplishments, friendship, guidance and love. For this reason, it is important families choose the kind of final disposition most meaningful to them and most appropriate for the deceased.

Divinity Funerals have included in this website examples of religious and cultural beliefs. Rest assured that our funeral directors have extensive experience in providing funeral care for all religions and cultures in our multi-cultural society.

“Greek Care” states for most Greeks the beliefs, rituals and traditions surrounding death and mourning are founded in the Greek Orthodox religion. For many, following the traditions practiced in their homeland is important.
For Greek migrants who arrived in Australia as children, knowledge of the traditions may come from early memories of funerals and memorials in their village or town…Read more

Christians celebrate the funeral rites to offer worship, praise and thanksgiving to God for the gift of a life which has now been returned to God, the author of life. We pray for the person who has died asking for the forgiveness of sin and the gift of everlasting life. The Church calls each member of Christ’s Body to care for the dying, to pray for the dead, to comfort those who mourn…. Read More

Among Buddhists death is regarded as an occasion of major religious significance, both for the deceased and for the family and friends. For the deceased it marks the moment when the transition begins to a new mode of existence within the round of rebirths…. Read More

A non-religious service can contain poetry, songs, music and words of remembrance, spoken either by a family member or a celebrant.

A non-denominational service may be similar to the above but with spoken and silent prayer also incorporated into the service. Scripture readings may be read by members of the family or friends and a service could end with a prayer, but this is only at the wish of the family…. Read More

Funeral Services by Caring Funeral Directors in Central Coast

Divinity Funerals – The Best Funeral Directors In Central Coast 

We at Divinity Funeral are the top funeral directors in the Central Coast. Our principal purpose as an organisation in this industry is to help our clients by providing all the support and guidance they need. We also provide them all that they require to arrange a funeral service that will help them honour their dearly departed in the best way possible. We aim to create a service that leaves them only pleasant and satisfactory memories and nothing else whenever they look back and think of the event.

Honouring the dead

We know that through these ceremonies our clients wish to honour the people whom they love so much, who are no longer with them. Our clients can always trust us to make the funeral process a simpler one. The same goes for the arrangements too. We know how overwhelming the process can be and we will offer all help to our clients to make it easier for them. We help prepare our clients as much as possible for all the responsibilities put upon them in this context.

How can we help our clients?

We are the funeral directors in the Central Coast that our clients can always trust. We offer our clients all the guidance, attention, and care that they need for such work. We work round-the-clock every day of the year. We can help them make all the arrangements in this context and meet them wherever it is convenient – such as in their homes and offices. Our funeral director also plays a helpful role in transferring your loved one to our registered mortuary facility. As an organisation, we have 40 years of experience in the domain. That is how we can help our clients as much as we do.

  • Coordinating the entire ceremony

Our clients can always trust us to deal with all the coordination, supervision, and liaison with the people who work in such ceremonies.

  • Compassion and care

These are the hallmarks of our services. We understand that this is a time of unparalleled sorrow and so we would provide our clients with all the support and guidance that they need. We treat our client’s loss with all the empathy, respect, and dignity that it deserves.

As the top funeral directors in Central Coast, we know that when families are going through such a situation, they are experiencing something that they often have never experienced before in life. They may have either no or little knowledge of such events, or their own grief. They are never sure of what they need to do in such a situation. Therefore, we always try to make it as easy as we can for our clients. They have a major responsibility – of arranging the funeral of their loved one. We are here to help them with our knowledge and experience in such work. We offer our services with all effort and care in the hope that they would help our clients deal with the burden of such a loss.

” Our promise to you is to provide you with commitment and compassion during every step of the funeral care process. ”