Helping Penrith families farewell their loved one in a meaningful and authentic way
At Grace Funerals, it’s all about you.
Saying goodbye to someone you love requires compassionate guidance and care – and our funeral home in Penrith is here for you every step of the way. We operate with the utmost respect for you and your family, and our only goal is to ensure that you feel listened to, cared for and that your vision is realised.
Our family-owned and operated business takes care of your family as if you were our own.
Delivering high-quality services with immaculate attention to detail, our team at Grace Funerals in Penrith ensures we create personal, heartfelt funerals that respectfully honour and celebrate your loved one.
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If you’d like to discuss our funeral services in Penrith, we invite you to get in touch using the details below or fill in our contact form online. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Funeral Directors Penrith
Led by father and daughter duo Tom and Asha Dooley, our funeral directors in Penrith are dedicated to delivering an exceptional level of compassion, capability, and attention to detail for every single family.
We truly listen to our customers, helping them create a memorial that honours their loved one and fills their family with peace and love during a time of sorrow.
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Our funeral home in Penrith and Emu Plains
Grace Funerals Penrith
Our funeral home in Penrith is open by appointment only so we invite you to get in touch with us to arrange a meeting.
Grace Funerals is located at 95B Station Street, Penrith, NSW, 2750, less than 5 minutes away from our Emu Plains office.
Discover more about our Penrith funeral services: speak to our team today on (02) 4735 6900.
Grace Funerals Emu Plains
Our Emu Plains office is located at 61 Great Western Hwy, Emu Plains, NSW 2750.
This is also where our chapel is located for funeral services and viewings.
Parking is available on the Great Western Hwy after 10am or in the public car park which is accessible from Billington Place. Please check signs and restrictions.
Speak to our funeral directors in Emu Plains on (02) 4735 6900.
Why choose Grace Funerals Penrith?
We have decades of experience in creating deep understanding, getting to the heart of your needs and your vision.
Our funeral home in Penrith is a proud family-owned and operated business, with father-daughter duo Tom and Asha Dooley at the helm.
We understand the burden of cost during an already emotional period, which is why we ensure fair and transparent pricing and customisable packages.
We are available to speak to you and offer immediate support and advice, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We are here to answer any questions, no matter how big or small they may be.
Losing someone close to us is one of the most devastating things we experience in our lifetimes. Planning a funeral can certainly be stressful during such a difficult time.
A strong support network with loving family and friends can make a world of difference.
Our funeral directors in Penrith, too, are with you every step of the way, offering extraordinary care and compassion during one of life’s biggest challenges. We are dedicated to helping you create a truly memorable experience that honours your loved one and reflects a life well-lived.
What is a funeral ceremony?
A funeral ceremony is connected to the final farewell and commemoration to a deceased loved one.
They are usually a structured, formal event organised by the family in conjunction with a funeral director.
What was once a ‘standard’ process, people today find peace and healing in creating bespoke ceremonies that don’t necessarily have to follow tradition.
No matter your vision, our funeral directors in Penrith work closely with you to create a ceremony that honours the personality, character, and values of a loved one who has passed.
What is the most popular type of funeral?
The traditional funeral is still one of the most popular types, however we can help you explore a range of options.
This gives you the opportunity to create a customised celebration of life that honours your dearly departed the way they wish.
Whether you want to organise a scattering ashes ceremony, a classic funeral ceremony, or a memorial service (where the body is not present), what is ‘traditional’ to you may be different to someone else.
There is no right or wrong way to celebrate, honour, and farewell your loved one.
See some examples of the types of funerals our funeral directors in Penrith can help you organise.
What do you call the ceremony after a funeral?
A modern wake is the name given to the less formal gathering of friends and family. A wake typically follows a more formal funeral or memorial service.
This gathering is an opportunity for friends to gather in a more light-hearted setting following an often sombre and difficult funeral service.
During the wake, you can grieve, celebrate, and reflect on your loved one with like-minded people in a close-knit and safe environment.
A more traditional style wake may take place before the formal ceremony and sometimes the body may be present, too.
This is often referred to as a viewing. A viewing is an optional opportunity to see and touch your loved one, if you wish. It is a healing experience and is a private and intimate way to say goodbye.