Religious Funeral Services

For professional, sensitive and respectful funeral services get in contact with McEvoy Funeral Directors today. 046-9436812

Funeral Services

McEvoy Funeral Directors officer a range of funeral varieties for families of all religions and philosophies. We consider ourselves a forward-thinking funeral company that reflects the ever-changing culture of our local area.
We provide both secular and non-denominational funeral services.
We also provide traditional funeral services.

For more information on our range of funeral packages – designed to reflect all religions and secular beliefs, get in contact with McEvoy Funeral Directors today 046-9436812

Religious Funeral Services

For traditional church funerals, we can make arrangements directly with the church. We will also procure the celebrant of your choosing whenever possible.
While often traditional churches are the venue of choice for traditional funerals, our comfortable, spacious and tastefully decorated service room is also available.
Our funeral service room is often used for a gathering by family and friends on the evening prior to the funeral.

For additional information on our religious funeral services or our service room, get in contact with McEvoy Funeral Directors today. 046-9436812

FAQ About Funeral Services and Religious Funeral Services

  • Are you able to accommodate civil ceremonies in Meath?

    At McEvoy Funeral Directors, we offer civil ceremonies in Meath that act as an alternative to a traditional church ceremony for funeral. We will provide a celebrant of your choosing to create a respectful ceremony that centres on your loved one and their beliefs. We have the capacity to be able to hold the civil ceremony at our funeral home too.

  • What are humanist ceremonies in Meath?

    A humanist funeral is a ceremony that is designed around the wishes of the deceased. It is person-centred rather than religious, and is suitable for anyone who did not follow or practice any type of belief system. Humanist ceremonies in Meath celebrate the life of the deceased by being around loved ones and doing things that held significance for the deceased such as playing music or reading poetry.