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Berge Pappas Smith is dedicated to understanding and respecting the Sikh funeral rites and rituals. Our knowledgeable and respectful staff members have undergone extensive training to ensure that we can provide the necessary guidance and support to Sikh families during their time of mourning. We adapt our entire facility to meet the needs of Sikh families, creating an inclusive and comforting environment. Our commitment to cultural sensitivity, compassion, and inclusivity allows us to honor the traditions, values, and beliefs of Sikh families with the utmost care and reverence.
- We provide guidance and support to Sikh families, ensuring their cultural and religious needs are met.
- Our facility is adapted to meet the specific requirements of Sikh families.
- We respect the customs, values, and beliefs of the Sikh community.
- Our staff members listen attentively and honor the unique experiences of Sikh families.
- We strive to create a space that feels familiar and comforting, with appropriate seating arrangements, prayer rooms, and traditional Sikh symbols.
Common Questions Regarding Sikh Services
If you’re unsure of what to wear to a Sikh funeral, it is best to ask the family of the deceased person. Mourners usually wear modest clothing. Heads should be covered, with men wearing a hat or a cap and women wearing a headscarf.
Men and women typically wear head coverings, dress modestly and avoid showing too much skin. White is a common color to wear. White is meant to represent the purity of the loved ones soul.
The Smith family is a very caring family to the many people that they help through trouble times.