I absolutely love the work I do. I am not even remotely exaggerating when I say that being an Interfaith minister is one of the most fulfilling roles I have ever filled(behind other notable ones such as being a wife and mother to four beautiful children of course).
It is a great honour to be able to help a couple design their unique and personal wedding ceremony, to help them create vows that they will cherish for the rest of their lives together and to bless them on their happy day.
The Wedding is the most gloriously celebrated of life’s rites of passage.
Today couples of all faiths and cultures are choosing an Interfaith ceremony for its spiritual inclusive and personal approach. It is a way of rejoicing in our differences and celebrating our commonality in an atmosphere of mutual love and respect.
What could be more beautiful ?
Now that it is time to make a public statement to the world, you may suddenly be filled with questions:
- How do we make sure that our ceremony is a reflection of our love and our relationship?
- How can we create a wedding ceremony that merges our religious, spiritual, cultural and personal beliefs?
- When and where will the ceremony take place?
- Which rituals will we include ?
I will guide you through the most sensitive of issues with love and encouragement.
I can help you celebrate your union with all of the love, grace and magic it deserves.
I will as your Interfaith minister will make sure that your ceremony is a reflection of your love and your relationship.
I will officiate at your ceremony and legally solemnise your marriage in a way that is perfect to you.
I welcome and enjoy working with all couples and do not discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, or sexual orientation. I fully support and encourage love equality.
I have done many and varied things in my life, I have been a nurse, a professional photographer for 24 years, I live and work on an organic farm in Cork with my husband Gerard, I adore county living.
I now devote myself to creating meaningful ceremonies as a celebrant celebrating all life’s milestones. I am a firm believer in ceremony. Throughout life we attach great importance to ceremony and ritual. There is good reason for this; ceremony and ritual give meaning and value to milestones. These rituals reinforce the significance of happy events such as birthdays, weddings and anniversaries, calendrical rituals and lifecycle ceremonies and although a funeral isn’t usually considered a happy event, it is a valuable and significant occasion. Arranging a ceremony that says goodbye in away that is memorable, is a final parting gift and an extraordinary offering of love, not only for the person departed, but also for their family and friends.
As an Interfaith minister all ceremonies are created and customized to meet and support my clients.
Ceremonies are created to honour and reflect personalities whether they are Christian, Non-Denominational, Inter-denominational, along with Spiritual or Religious, Agnostic backgrounds.