The funeral service for late gospel artiste Sister Scully will be held at the Open Bible Standards of Churches in Twickenham Park in Spanish Town, on Monday, November 30.
Interment follows in the Meadowrest Memorial Gardens in Spanish Town.
The 57-year-old singer died from a heart attack on Thursday, November 12.
Leading up to the thanksgiving service for the late artiste, there will be a tribute concert at Temple of Praise in Spanish Town, on Saturday.
This will be followed by the wake in Gordon Pen, also located in the old capital.
Sister Scully, whose given name was Audrey Scully McCowder Hall, is best known for Hurry Up, her signature song. Her other popular songs include No Other Blood, Hard Road to Travel, and Rolled the Red Sea Away.
She is survived by her husband Chris.