Soka Funeral Services

At Singapore Funeral Committee, we understand the significance of Soka Funeral Services in Singapore and the unique elements they entail. We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive and respectful approach to organizing Soka funerals. That align with the principles and values of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI).

During a Soka Funeral Service, our experienced team ensures that the ceremony is conducted in a simple and modernized manner. All while still honoring the essence of Soka teachings. While some traditional rituals and customs have been revamped, the core objective remains the same. To develop and reflect sympathy upon the deceased.

The difference between Buddhist and Soka Funeral Services

Compared to traditional and conventional Buddhist funerals, a Soka funeral setup is relatively more straightforward. Instead of a Buddhist monk, an SGS leader takes the lead in conducting the funeral service. They guide the attendees through recitations of the Lotus Sutra and chanting of Daimoku. This holds profound significance in the Soka tradition.

The recitations of the Lotus Sutra and chanting of Daimoku serve as a spiritual practice. To propel the departed towards Soka’s pinnacle of enlightenment, known as the Eagle Peak. This symbolic journey represents the pursuit of inner transformation. As well as attaining a state of profound wisdom and compassion.

Throughout the Soka Funeral Service, our compassionate team provides guidance and support to the bereaved family and friends, ensuring that the ceremony is conducted with the utmost reverence and sensitivity. We are committed to creating a serene and contemplative atmosphere where loved ones can pay their respects, reflect on the life of the departed, and find solace in the teachings of Soka.

If you require more information about our Soka Funeral Services or wish to discuss your specific needs, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our dedicated team is here to assist you in arranging a meaningful and memorable farewell that honors the Soka tradition and the life of your loved one.