ordination_1.jpgAs an ordained Interfaith Minister I conduct ceremonies, rituals and services for people who want to participate in a meaningful and spiritual event that is not necessarily associated with any specific religious faith or creed.

These services and rituals draw upon the rich heritage of sacred texts and spiritual practices from Native, Eastern and Western traditions to fulfil your wishes for a unique, authentic and meaningful event.  They may combine music, readings, prayer, reflection, ritual, song, devotion, personal statements and other elements.

Together we can design an appropriate ceremony, service or ritual for any of the following events and transitions in life:

  • Blessings (or namings) of a baby or child
  • Entering adulthood
  • Coming Out
  • Relationship formings and endings
  • Weddings and Civil Partnerships
  • Relationship formings and endings
  • Entering elderhood
  • Funerals and Memorials
  • Changes in family membership
  • Healing and growth
  • Significant events and ritual moments - birthdays, new year, new starts, endings

Ceremonies can be held at a place of your choosing, indoors or outdoors.  You may want to invite your family and friends to attend and participate; or you may be the only person present.  Whatever your choice, the ceremony or ritual that we create will be meaningful, tailored, memorable and imbued with a unique sense of the spiritual energy that fills us all and connects us one to another.  Download the ceremonies leaflet 29.03 Kb

As an ordained minister I am a Registered Member of the Interfaith Ministers Association and subject to the association's code of ethics and professional conduct requirements.

We now have a dedicated website full of information about the full range of civil partnership ceremonies and other gay ceremonies, explaining what's possible for civil partnerships, commitment ceremonies, weddings, funerals and other services.

I have an indicative fee guide.  Please contact me, in confidence, to discuss your ideas for a very personal ceremony or ritual.