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Michelle Jewels-Parsons 

Celebrant, Speaker, Author & End of Life Companion 

My name is Michelle Jewels-Parsons, and I am a freelance Funeral Celebrant and End of Life Companion. I offer personalised and beautiful Funeral and Memorial Services, when the time comes to say goodbye. I also walk with you side by side helping you with those important decisions, up to and including the day of your or your loved ones funeral. 

My condolences to you, along with a very big hug if you are looking for a Funeral Celebrant for yourself, or someone you love. Please know that I understand what a difficult time this is for you, and that I will do everything I can to make the Funeral or Memorial Service as stress-free and meaningful for you as I can.

I am a very experienced Funeral Celebrant (and was also a Funeral Director as well, so I know all about how Funeral Services run). I am also a different kind of Funeral Celebrant than you may have seen previously and I include a slightly different approach to my services. In addition to the standard protocol of a service, I include meaningful sayings and take time for what I call 'Reflection and Gratitude', which encourages those attending to leave the service, feeling grateful for the love and friendship shared, and inspired to live a better life because each day truly is an amazing gift.

So, please use the navigator buttons above to make your way through my website, and if I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me via the contact button at the top of the page or on my mobile of more urgent on 0412 698 579.

It will truly be my privilege to help you.

Michelle.

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I am a proud registered member of the Australian Federation of Civil Celebrants (AFCC).

The AFCC encourages all members to maintain the essential qualities of professional celebrancy which are:

Obliging service, cultural awareness, choice of ceremony, appropriateness, dignity and professionalism.