While our Officiant Program has mostly been on hold due to our inability to perform legal marriages, we are still able to perform other ceremonies for the non-religious.
As an example, last weekend I gave the following memorial for a woman who recently died a thorough atheist at 93. A spiritual celebrant had been recommended, but prayers to the spirit of life would not have been in keeping with the deceased’s worldview. I’ve changed the names and anonymized a few details. Much of it was borrowed from other resources, particularly Funerals Without God from the British Humanist Association (I can’t recommend this resource enough for aspiring Humanist Officiants).