Guide to Funeral Directors in Worcester

Worcester, situated in central Massachusetts, is the county seat of Worcester County. It is the second largest city in New England after Boston, with a population in excess of 182,000.

There are around nine funeral homes in Worcester, operating across the city centre and the surrounding areas. All of these funeral homes in Worcester are located within 12 miles of the city center.

There are three crematoriums in Worcester, and the city is well provided with eleven historic and operative cemeteries, including Hope Cemetery on Webster Street, St. John’s Cemetery on Cambridge Street, the Worcester Hebrew Cemetery on Havana Road.

Worcester includes a wide variety of places of worship, including St. John’s Catholic Church on Temple Street, All Saints Episcopal Church on Irving Street, First Baptist Church on Park Avenue, Shaarai Torah Synagogue on Providence Street, Worcester Islamic Center on Mountain Street East, and the Sarva Dev Mandir Hindu Temple on Main Street, Oxford.

A death must be registered in Massachusetts within five days. There is no law which requires embalming, however many families still choose to have their loved one embalmed. Burial on private land may be possible; speak to your chosen funeral home for more information.

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