Since our founding in 1909, Lewis Funeral Chapel & Poulsbo "Stone Chapel" and its branches have served all of Kitsap County and the State of Washington. As we look toward the future, our foremost goal will continue to be to provide the highest level of service that families need and deserve. With our funeral homes, chapels, cemeteries and crematory, Lewis Funeral Chapel and its branches can truly provide the necessary means to help create and complete any service asked of our staff. We sincerely appreciate the trust families place in our staff, and feel honored to provide peace of mind to our families by completing their wishes in a sensitive and professional way.
Funeral Services - Lewis Chapel and its branches provide personalized and meaningful services to meet the personal desires of hundreds of families every year. Though not a complete list of the services that can be provided, the following are several available.Chapel service - A contemporary or religious ceremony that can be scheduled in the funeral home chapel. Traditionally, a pastor or celebrant is selected to conduct the chapel service. Families can include music, flowers, video tributes, military honors (for those that qualify) and picture boards. Public or private visitation can occur in the chapel or prior to the day of the service. A traditional chapel service can run from 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on content. The Lewis Funeral Chapel can comfortably seat 300 people. The Stone Chapel can comfortably seat 165 people.Church service - A religious ceremony that is conducted at a designated church. A church service is conducted by church clergy. Musical selections can be made, but are generally limited to religious selections. A church service is conducted according to the guidelines of the selected church. Families can select flower arrangements, military honors (for those that qualify). Depending on the church, public or private visitation may occur. Visitation prior to church services are an available option.Graveside service - Is an outdoor service with a tent and 8 chairs for immediate family to sit while the service is performed. This type of service is traditionally conducted by a pastor or celebrant. The family can request to witness the lowering of the casket into the grave space or leave and not witness the lowering. Families can select flowers as needed. Military honors can be performed at the graveside (for those that qualify).Direct BurialMemorial ServicesCremation Services