You may be reading this because you have either been recently bereaved, and my heartfelt sorrow is with you if this is the case.
Or maybe you are you are about to celebrate a great joy in life. – and my congratulations if this is so. Marriage, Civil Partnership, Baby Naming, Coming of Age, Renewal of Vows are all good reasons to celebrate.
Even in death, we still celebrate the life that has been lived. Because life is a precious gift to us all.
Why a Celebrant?
Because everyone is different – and because a fundamental change is happening.
More and more people are demanding highly individual ceremonies that weave together the colourful strands of a singular life.
Most people are neither formally religious nor atheist – they value individualism and spiritual values. They want a ceremony that reflects their life, character and beliefs, on their terms, with their creed, favourite words and music, when and where they want it – led, or perhaps facilitated by, an individual celebrant.
What is a Celebrant?
A Celebrant is someone who can conduct a semi-religious or non-religious service.
A Celebrant acts as a conduit through whom to express your views and beliefs.
A Celebrant is understanding and supportive and will listen carefully to all requirements in order to create and structure a unique and individual service.