Many people have a religious funeral.
A religious funeral is conducted at a church, temple, or synagogue.
People who are not religious have a civil funeral.
A church service is led by a religious leader.
The casket or urn of the dead person is displayed in the front of the church. Flower arrangements are placed beside the casket or urn.
Mourners pray and share memories about the deceased person.
A funeral procession is a long line of cars.
The front car is a hearse that carries the deceased person.
The cars drive slowly to the cemetery with their lights on.