Immediate Need Funerals
We are deeply sorry for your loss, and we are here to help guide you through the process of preparing for a Funeral or Memorial Service at Washington Memorial Chapel. Our caring staff and clergy will be compassionate and understanding as we plan with you. We will answer all of your questions during our regular business hours which are Monday through Thursday 8AM to 4PM. You do not need to be a member of the Chapel to plan a service or to purchase a cemetery plot. All are welcome at the Chapel.
To plan a service in the Chapel, to be added to our Chapel prayer list, or for our Chapel Recommendations contact our Parish Administrator, Nicole Marie at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-783-0120 Ext 10.
If you are seeking to plan a graveside service, to purchase a burial plot in our Cemetery, or if you currently own a burial plot here at Chapel and have questions, contact our Cemetery Manager, Fionn Reid at: email@example.com or 610-783-0120 Ext 15.
To plan a meeting with our Rector, Father Tommy Thompson, you may schedule an Appointment with Father Tommy.
If you need immediate answers the first step is to contact a trusted funeral home. We highly recommend Campbell-Ennis-Klotzbach Funeral Home.
If you are planning to have a Funeral or Memorial Service in the Chapel, the next important step is to contact a talented and reliable caterer for a reception at the Chapel. Even if you are not sure of the exact date today, you can plan with the caterer ahead of time. A general idea for the day you are considering for a reception, will help everything fall into place after you meet with our Rector to schedule a date and time for the service. We highly recommend Valley Forge Catering. Ask for Andy.
We have a full list of trusted Chapel Recommendations we can give you if needed, which includes our preferred florists, local restaurants, and memorials.
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time, and we will work with you to create a beautiful and meaningful service to honor the memory of your loved one.