Bethel Funerals has been providing Christ-like care for grieving families and friends in Melbourne and Brisbane since 1997. As a not-for-profit Funeral Director, we have served more than 10,000 of families and donated over $2,400,000 to mission work and disadvantaged communities around the world.
By entrusting us with a funeral, you have the opportunity to choose where part of our profits are invested and honour your loved one with a legacy that leaves behind more than memories. A legacy that will live on and bring hope for the future for those in need
Our care goes beyond services that honour your loved ones. We offer 24-hour phone support, 7 days a week, from our professional staff and continual support after the funeral service to help guide you during this difficult time through to acceptance and healing.
We have beautiful funeral homes across Melbourne and Brisbane and can organise funeral services across a wide range of locations to suit your needs. Contact us on 1300 881 473 to find out how we can assist you in your time of need.
With more than 20 years experience in providing funeral services, we have had the privilege of helping over 10,000 families. We are proud members of the Australian Funeral Directors Association since 1998 and our commitment to AFDA helps us maintain high standards when serving each family.
Our Funeral Directors are well-established in the local communities and are honoured to be able to assist families in celebrating the lives of their loved ones. Over the years we have gathered and created a range of complementary resources to help families during life’s toughest times and to assist when planning for the future.
When we experience the death of someone we love, a funeral service fills important needs. First, it provides for the dignified and respectful care of the person and special tribute to their life. Among its purposes, it makes us acknowledge the death, remember the life and activate support during this naturally difficult time.
Equally important, the funeral service helps survivors face the reality of death, which is the first big step toward taking grief from the inside and allowing us to express it on the outside through mourning. Together, close friends and relatives can lend support and consolation when they’re needed most.