Just as faith can play a meaningful role in life, it can be meaningful in death and therefore a meaningful part of a funeral.
But every family is different. Some families all celebrate the same faith. Some families have members that honour different faiths. And other families have some members that honour a specific faith and some members that don't celebrate faith at all.
Sensitive to the needs of each family, a Funeral Celebrant chooses elements for the ceremony very carefully, to reflect, honour and celebrate the beliefs of the deceased and the family.
A funeral does not have to be completely religious or completely non-religious. But it should always be personal and meaningful.