Mixed Faith Wedding Ceremonies

Blending two different religions into one beautiful ceremony

Do any of these resonate with you?

  • You’re planning to marry someone of a different faith, but you want to have a recognised ceremony of some kind. Religion still means something to one or both of you.
  •  You want more than a purely secular service, yet your church or other place of worship won’t countenance your marriage. You’re looking for ways of including spiritual elements in a ceremony that feels special for both of you.
  •  You may simply want to put some religious elements into your celebration to keep a member of the family happy.


Whatever your motivation, a mixed-faith ceremony can be the answer. This is YOUR big day. You can design it exactly as you want it.

After all, marriage is the intertwining of two lives in many ways, including religious beliefs. But having differing religions need not be a barrier to your dream wedding ceremony. You can have a celebration that perfectly encapsulates what is so special about your unique partnership in the first place.

I’m happy to have a chat with you about your wishes and give you the benefit of my experience officiating at many interfaith weddings over the years. After a few well-chosen questions, I form a picture of what can successfully be achieved. Based on my experience, I offer advice, suggestions and guidance. Together, we end up with a ceremony that will be everything you want it to be.

mixed-faith wedding presided over by a civil celebrant

Photo courtesy of Philippa Gedge photography

civil celebrant wedding - handfasting ritual

Photo courtesy of Lindsey Goddard Photography 

We would certainly recommend Michael to any couple who want to add a spiritual or religious element to their wedding celebrations

Please take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions page where you’ll find more information about what a civil celebrant does. You can also read some more testimonials from delighted clients.

If you’re ready for an informal chat, then please contact me.