Updated 5th April 2016
Unitarianism Death and Emergency Assistance
Sumbitted by Derek McAuley Chief Officer General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
Advisor on Unitarianism to Faith and Fire.
Providing Emergency Assistance
There are no specific requirements or restrictions.
Dealing with incidence of Death
Unitarians have no particular requirements affected death and will hold a variety of views on life after death. They have no particular view of whether bodies should be buried or cremated. Funeral services may be held in churches or chapels or in local authority premises.