Guide to Funeral Directors in Birmingham
Birmingham is Alabama's most populated city with around 212,237 people, accounting for a quarter of Alabama's entire population. Around 10 funeral homes serve this large city and its religions.
The city has the second largest Christian population and the largest Protestant community in the US. Additionally, there are small Jewish and Islamic communities and a small eastern faith following. Whatever religion you adhere to, funeral homes in Birmingham will be able to offer a tailored service to lay your loved one to rest.
There are three main Christian churches in Birmingham. The Church of the Highlands is on 4700 Highlands Way and there's also the Church of the Highlands Greystone Campus on 1701 Lee Branch Ln. The other main church is the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church on 1530 6th Ave N. Jewish followers can visit several synagogues the city has to offer, such as the Temple Beth-El Synagogue on 2179 Highland Ave. There's also a Hindu Temple & Cultural Center at 200 N Chandalar Dr.
Birmingham has several large cemeteries, for example, Elmwood Cemetery & Mausoleum at 600 Martin Luther King Jr Dr and Oak Hill Memorial Cemetery on 1120 19th St N. By law, you must liaise with a licensed funeral director for burials and cremations and companies must be licensed by the Alabama Board of Funeral Service. All the funeral homes in Birmingham on our site are compliant.
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