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If you’re not part of a religious community, choosing a wedding officiant can sometimes feel like you have two less-than-ideal options: 1) You could choose a traditional religious leader and possibly compromise on the language of your ceremony; 2) You could ask a friend to officiate and hope they know what they’re doing. But what about an option in-between?
Having faced this conundrum during my own wedding planning, I now offer my services to couples in similar situations: nonreligious and interfaith wedding officiating by someone with the education and experience of a traditional faith leader.
I have a Master of Divinity–the same degree many pastors get–which I received from Harvard Divinity School, but I am not personally religious. Based on my education and experience, I provide customized wedding ceremonies ranging from traditional to interfaith to nonreligious–and sometimes a combination of all three.
I like to incorporate ideas from my research on spiritual health and Connectedness, but I also customize each ceremony based on the couple’s backgrounds and preferences. My goal is to create ceremonies that feel meaningful and sacred while remaining authentic to the couple and their community. Although I primarily work with Religious Nones, I am open to working with people of all religious affiliations as well as all cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations.
For those who book a free consultation before March 1st, I'll give 25% off wedding officiating costs (no matter when your wedding will be)!