Finding joy in the simple things of life is something we hear a great deal about, but it can be difficult to slow down long enough to be intentional and focused in the moment. When a life ends, your mind may go towards an unknown future–which can help you be more present in each minute, at least for a little while. At Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, our funeral chapel provides our guests with an opportunity to commune in peace and silence, and find the comfort that they need within our walls.
Regardless of your personal spiritual beliefs, many individuals find hope and healing in silence and our funeral chapel can be a time to communicate silently and share thoughts with your loved one for one final time. Somehow, a chapel often seems a fitting space for pouring out one’s soul and the comforting presence of something that is bigger than us all can offer guidance and support during a time of deep grieving.
Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery has been serving the Valley area since 1951, and we take pride in being able to offer the compassionate care during what is one of life’s most challenging and emotional times–the loss of a loved one. We are dedicated to offering respectful funeral services that can help you along the path of healing for those left behind. Losing a loved one can leave you lost and alone, and the peaceful and restful spaces such as our funeral chapel can help you start to cope with powerful feelings.
Worshiping in a funeral chapel is a more intimate experience than you might see in a large church–allowing family to come together in support and love for grieving family members. Whether it’s finding your loved one’s favorite flowers and weaving them into the service or adding elements of their personality such as a love for fishing or baseball, our onsite funeral chapel adds a special touch.
Have questions or need more information about Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, or want to speak with a compassionate and discrete professional? Contact us today, and we will work with you to ensure your loved one is respectfully cared for.
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