- Things to consider in performing funerals and memorials
- How is death different during a pandemic?
- What are mourners experiencing?
- How are ceremonies different?
- Outreach to funeral homes and crematoriums
- Interacting with grieving families
- Ideas for distanced ceremonies
- Celebrant self care
- Community memorials
Tuesday, May 12 at 8pm ET
How to Join:
All Humanist Society Teleconferences are conducted via the Zoom meeting platform. Presentations will make use of visual elements like PowerPoints and screen sharing, so joining via computer, smartphone, or tablet is recommended. Participants may also join with audio only via cellphone or landline.
Anita Peters has been a Humanist Celebrant endorsed by The Humanist Society since 2014. In 2017, she was certified by InSight Institute, the organization training funeral directors, as a Funeral Celebrant. She is a founding member and on the Steering Committee of The Humanists and Freethinkers of Fairfield County, Connecticut. She brought the Death Cafe movement to Connecticut and regularly officiates at lifecycle events. She is the founder of the Humanist Celebration Project, which she introduced at the AHA 2019 conference at University of Miami (www.