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Rev. Renee L. Reif
Colorado Springs
Colorado
(719) 382-9115
I can accommodate requests to perform secular weddings, funerals/memorials and Celebrations of Life, naming and coming of age ceremonies and invocations, as well as combined belief services (work with other clergy). Help with finding urns, remembrances, memorial jewelry. Help with writing eulogies, vows, finding readings, music, activities, and honors, and organizing your thoughts. Incorporate tradition, new ideas, culture, personality, symbols, pastimes and more into ceremonies. Specializing in Humanist and secular services, ceremonies and memorials.
Rabbi David S. Gruber
Frisco
Texas
(469) 2220047
I will gladly officiate at your Jewish, interfaith or non-traditional wedding ceremony, no ifs, buts or maybes! I will happily co-officiate with non-Jewish clergy, officiate on Friday night or on Saturday, and I will leave child rearing decisions to you. I have officiated over 400 weddings, since 2008. Located in Dallas, Texas, I will travel anywhere you need me to go (in the U.S. or abroad) to officiate at your interfaith wedding, and help make your special day truly wonderful.
Patricia Lynn Reilly
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Holland
Michigan
(616) 848-1358
Melissa Smith, Ph.D.
Westminster
Colorado
(828) 712-6803
Newly based in Denver, Colorado, I craft and officiate personalized secular marriage and commitment ceremonies. Whether you are looking for something short and sweet or a longer and more elaborate ceremony, we’ll work together to write a ceremony that captures your views on love, marriage, friendship, and family. I proudly officiate weddings for couples of all gender identities and sexual orientations, and am most comfortable working with couples who view marriage as a partnership between equals.
Brooklyn
New York
maxikf@yahoo.com
(347) 5816703
Hi. My name is Max and I became a Humanist celebrant in 2018. I am an attorney and live in Brooklyn. I’m a dog person, blue belt in Brazilian jujitsu and do the Polar Bear plunge in the icy waters of Coney Island every January 1.