As Interfaith Ministers and celebrants, we would be honoured to assist you in creating ceremonies for important life-events such as:


  1. baby-naming, baby-welcoming ceremony

  2. wedding, hand-fasting or partner commitment ceremonies*

  3. funeral, memorial, or life-celebration services

  4. relationship endings

  5. rites of passage

  6. home or house blessing

  7. inspirational talk/workshops regarding Compassion and the Charter for Compassion.


Whether you already know exactly what you want or don't know where to start, it is our delight and honour to work with you to create a ceremony that reflects and respects who you are and your (non) spirituality. Most importantly, we assist you in creating a ceremony that is right for you and your loved ones, expressing your heart-felt wishes. Creating and leading ceremony is work we feel privileged to do.


After an initial free consultation, our fees are generally £30ph to create the ceremony, plus £50 to £150 for the event itself (plus travel and accommodation, depending on circumstances). These fees are flexible depending on your own financial situation and ceremony needs. We work individually or as a team.


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It happens all the time in heaven

And one day

It will begin to happen

Again on earth --

That men and women who are married,

And men and men who are

Lovers,

And women and women

Who give each other

Light,

Often will get down on their knees

And while so tenderly

Holding their lover’s hand,

With tears in their eyes,

Will sincerely speak, saying,

My dear,

How can I be more loving to you;

How can I be more

Kind?”

Hafiz

(Daniel Ladinsky)

Copyright © 2014 John Edward Lynch. All rights reserved.

*Please note, we are not legal registrars.  If you wish your commitment to be recognized by the British Government, you must have a civll ceremony with a legal registrar.  Many couples have the civil ceremony followed by a separate, more personal ceremony for friends and family, possibly on the same day but doesn’t have to be.  It is totally up to you and your situation.