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Humanism is not a religion but a philosophy,

an understanding that we all have just one precious life on this earth which we should

live in the most impactful and meaningful way.


People who identify as humanists firmly believe that throughout society we should treat others with the same compassion, tolerance, and respect that we ourselves hope to receive, no matter who we are, where we come from or who we love. 

As a humanist celebrant I fully support and officiate same-sex weddings, non-binary weddings and inter-faith weddings.

Because love is love.


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Why I'm a humanist celebrant ...

Usually as a guest at a wedding, I would be the person with half and ear on the service and half an ear awaiting the pop of the champagne cork ready for the reception.

But then I found myself at a humanist ceremony and everything changed. Suddenly, the celebrant and the couple had my full attention – I was totally hooked.


For once the service I was hearing spoke directly to me, made sense, carried weight and meaning. I fell in love there and then. I learnt so much about the couple, their story, their love and what commitment and marriage meant to them. It was real, genuine, unique and I never forgot that ceremony.


As I attended more and more humanist ceremonies, I began to think: 'I want to create these ceremonies for couples; I want to give them a day to remember' and the rest, my friends, is history!

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