Humanist Ceremonies

Most of us want to mark important events in our lives such as births, marriages and partnerships as well as to commemorate people we have loved when they die.

For those of us with no religious belief it’s important that we can mark these occasions with honesty, warmth and affection, using words and music that are personal and appropriate to the lives and the people involved.

Each of the ceremonies we conduct is unique, created specially for the people involved and based on shared human values with no dependency on religion or superstition. What’s important to us, as it is to you, is the occasion and the person or people being celebrated or commemorated. There are no special rules or strict observances beyond basic legal requirements. Our celebrants will plan the ceremony you want, in close consultation with you to make sure it’s exactly what you and your family want.

Humanist Ceremonies™ is the BHA’s network of trained and accredited Humanist celebrants throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Sarah Walton
Phone: 01474 329403
Mobile: 07920 586142
Email: walton.family@sky.com

Sue Baumbach
Phone: 01304 366953
Mobile: 07818 847540
Email: suebaumbach@btinternet.com
Website: http://humanist.org.uk/suebaumbach

Further Information and Links to Celebrants:

Have a Humanist naming ceremony to welcome the arrival of a baby, an adopted child or new step-children into your family.

Celebrate your marriage, partnership or a reaffirmation of your commitment with a Humanist wedding, partnership or affirmation ceremony.

Celebrate and mourn the life of someone who has died. By choosing a Humanist funeral or memorial you can commemorate them and share the memories they have left behind without any religious committal to an ‘after-life’.

Search for your nearest Humanist celebrant for any of the above services.

Read about the fees for Humanist Ceremonies™.

Independant Humanist and Civil Celebrant

Leigh Derbyshire

Phone: 01227 470824
Mobile: 07790 307877
Email: ceremonies@leighderbyshire.co.uk
Website: http://leighderbyshire.co.uk/