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A Path Home

National Home Funeral Alliance
EducationHow ToSociety & Culture

What is a home funeral? How can I have a green burial? Do I have to hire a Funeral Director? On this podcast we’ll be focusing on reclaiming our innate right to care for our own loved ones at death in natural, and often, environmentally friendly ways. We’ll demystify the tasks related to after death care through hearing stories from people who have ventured into culturally unfamiliar territory and cared for their own deceased loved ones at home, chose a natural burial or both. Hearing what’s possible and how lives have been transformed by engaging in this final act of love is one path towards changing our culture and our relationship to death. A Path Home is a production of the National Home Funeral Alliance.


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Latest Episodes

Today Sarah is joined by Deborah Thornton and Angela Franklin. Deborahs daughter, Scout, died in a car accident in the summer of 2019. With the help of Angela and her husband, Michael, both death midwives and home funeral guides in the rural Oregon t... more

3 days ago

Today Sarah reposts an episode from our first season in 2019 called Grief and the Holidays with a couple of changes. Several people have asked about the song at the beginning and end of A Path Home. The title of the song is The Next Step. At the end ... more

a month ago

On this episode we hear from Jonel Kiesau, who shares the tender, sorrowful, yet somehow joyful experience of caring for her beloved husband, Andy, at home along with their two young daughters, family and community. Andy was buried in a hand-crafted ... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 24 ratings
  • Compelling content

    Information that is presented in such a compassionate heartfelt manner, deserves a broader audience. Important information about the possibility of transformative change to how we die.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Wonderful Stories

    Such real people. Such real experiences. I can't get enough of this podcast and the light that it shines on alternative ways of "doing death." Proof for all of us that this movement is really happening. Pull up a chair and let yourself get lost in the beauty and the possibility.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • So good!!

    This podcast is a perfect salve for a death phobic culture. Sharing episodes with loved ones is a great conversation starter for folks who want to explore this topic with their family and friends.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Listen with your family!

    As many of us consider ways of engaging our deaths in more meaningful ways, these episodes can serve as a lovely opening conversation about how home funerals play out in the real word. I plan on listening again to some of these episodes with family and friends gathered round—sort of like an old-time radio show.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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