Tag Archives: funerals

How can you Trust a Celebrant?
How can you Trust a Celebrant?

2 September 2019

When I was training to become a civil celebrant, my group was asked why we had chosen this career path. I vividly remember one...

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Ceremony Review of 2017
Ceremony Review of 2017

28 December 2017

As another year comes to an end, it‘s only natural to look back. What has been especially memorable? What has stood out? Every ceremony...

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Happy holidays!

19 December 2017

It’s my last blog post before Christmas (yipee!). I therefore want to take the opportunity to wish all my readers happy holidays. (I apologise...

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Funny Funerals!

21 December 2016

At this time of year, it seems right not to be entirely serious, so I thought a few moments of levity, even about funerals,...

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Mixed-faith ceremonies
Mixed-faith ceremonies

18 October 2016

Hurrah for the rise of mixed-faith ceremonies! People are beginning to realise that weddings, naming ceremonies, and even funerals, do not have to be...

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Ghoulish Weddings

11 October 2016

Not everybody wants a conventional wedding! I’ve put together, and officiated at, a few unusual ceremonies – atop  an Iron Age fort, a handfasting...

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