Guide to Funeral Directors in Orlando
Orlando in central Florida has a population of around 270,000. Unofficially known as ‘The City Beautiful’, there are approximately 12 funeral homes serving Orlando. As a renowned multicultural city with a number of different faiths, funeral homes in Orlando are well-equipped to provide a variety of religious and secular services for bereaved families.
Just under half of the people in Orlando are religious, with a large Christian following including Catholics and Latter Day Saints. The City also has a significant Jewish community as well as an Islamic following. Moreover, many of the population follow an eastern faith.
Orlando is very well served with churches and places of worship. Many of the Catholic churches are in the south of the city, such as the Catholic Diocese of Orlando on East Robinson. Other prominent Christian churches include St. Michael's Episcopal Church on North Westmoreland Drive. There are several synagogues, such as the Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation on South Apopka Vineland Road and just as many temples, for example, the Guang Ming Temple on Hoffner Avenue. Followers of Islam can benefit from the city's mosques such as Jama Masjid of Orlando on Ruby Lake Road.
There are numerous cemeteries dotted around Orlando such as the prominent central Greenwood Cemetery on Greenwood Street. Like most states, Florida is governed by funeral laws that state you must use a licensed funeral home to bury your loved one. Choosing any one of the funeral homes in Orlando will facilitate the process of laying your loved one to rest in the way you choose, whether through burial or cremation.
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