Chapel Hill, North Carolina (CNN) - A funeral for Elizabeth Edwards will be held on Saturday in Raleigh, North Carolina at 1 p.m. ET.
A representative for the Brown-Wynne Funeral Homes told CNN it will be held at the Edenton Street United Methodist Church in Raleigh, where the Edwards family worshipped.
Edwards will then be buried at the Historic Oakwood Cemetery, also in Raleigh, according to office manager Sharon Freed. Freed also told CNN about the proximity of Edwards' burial to her son Wade – also buried there after dying in a 1996 car crash.
"He is already interred there in a space. And she will be interred there beside him," Freed said.
Representatives for the Edwards family, who are providing reporters information about funeral services, would not confirm what the Brown-Wynne Funeral Homes and the Historic Oakwood Cemetery told CNN.
The Edwards reps stress that details are being worked out and that major decisions remain - so they are not ready to publicly release them.
Representatives tell CNN they will publicly release fuller details later Wednesday.
A memorial website is now online as a tribute to Edwards.
It states: "In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wade Edwards Foundation which benefits the Wade Edwards Learning Lab."
The website states that the learning lab is a computer and learning center in Raleigh that provides services free of charge.