As the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond has 220,200 residents and is served by around 25 funeral homes. Funeral homes in Virginia cater for many different religions and different kinds of burials. So, you can lay your loved one to rest with confidence and dignity.
Richmond has a significant secular community but just over half the population are religious. There's a significant Christian following, primarily Catholic and Latter-day Saint. The city is also home to many followers of Judaism and Islam as well as a small number of people who follow an eastern faith. Whether you're religious or not, funeral homes in Richmond will be able to provide you with an appropriate religious or secular service.
The numerous Christian churches in the city include Redemption Hill Church on West Laburnum Ave and Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church on Grove Ave. Catholic churches include St Paul's Catholic Church on Rennie Ave. Jewish citizens can visit numerous synagogues in the city, such as Congregation Beth Ahabah on W Franklin St. Followers of Islam benefit from various mosques, such as Masjid Al Rahman on Hull St. The Hindu temple, BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, is on Jefferson Davis Highway.
Numerous cemeteries are dotted around Richmond, such as Forest Lawn Cemetery to the north of the city and Hollywood Cemetery to the west. If cremation is what you want for your loved one, the city isn't short of suitable services provided by funeral homes in Richmond. State law in Virginia requires that you choose a funeral director to handle your funeral service and Richmond funeral homes will be more than happy to help you make the necessary arrangements.
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