The final disposition of your earthly body can be a difficult question, and while more people are choosing cremation in Phoenix and around the country, you may still have concerns. For example, your religious and cultural beliefs can play a large part in any decision for or against cremation. At Mountain View Funeral Home, we believe in providing you with detailed information so you can learn more about cremation in Phoenix to determine if it would be right for you and your family. Since cremation is a very final process, it is important that you and your family are at peace with your decision.

Cultural and Religious Impact of Cremation

Cremation has been the final disposition of choice for thousands of years around the world, but only recently has it become more popular in the United States. There are a few Orthodox religions, as well as Islam, that do not accept cremation, but many other religious backgrounds are open to the practice. When in doubt, consult your pastor or other religious leader for more information.

Post-Cremation Visitation

One of the key concerns with cremation is the perception that your family will be unable to visit your physical remains as they could with a ground burial. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Cremation in Phoenix allows for a variety of options, including our various mausoleum options and any number of personal remembrance items such as jewelry or urns.

Determining whether cremation in Phoenix is right for you is truly a personal choice. We hope that the information we shared allows you to make an informed decision. At Mountain View Funeral Home, we have provide cremation services on our premises, as well as memorial gardens for final disposition. Should you have further questions about cremation, please feel free to contact our team anytime at 480-832-2850. Our caring and knowledgeable staff can help you make the choice that is best for you.