Ceremonies

interfaith minister UK

"Specially crafted
ceremonies,
taking account of what
matters to you."


One Spirit Interfaith Foundation - training interfaith ministers in the UK

One Spirit Interfaith Foundation
One Spirit Interfaith Foundation trains people to be Interfaith Ministers and offers cemonies, including wedding ceremonies and spiritual counselling to people of all faiths or none.

Ceremonies

Ceremonies play an important role in marking significant events in life, and bringing the sacred into these important and special moments. Ceremony is all the more meaningful when it is lovingly and especially crafted for you, taking account of what matters to you. My focus as an interfaith minister in creating and hosting ceremony is for couples who are marrying, making vow renewals, and blessing the arrival of new babies. I am also happy to help you create ceremonies for virtually any purpose. Please click below to find out more:

Weddings

    Wedding ceremonies Creating and hosting a special ceremony to celebrate your wedding day.
Vow renewal

    Vow renewal Marking a happy marriage, and offering an opportunity to say again the words that you mean for each other, and to ask for continued blessing for the years ahead.
Baby blessings

    Baby blessings Giving thanks for the life of a new baby, asking for their good health and protection for the future, and welcoming them into their new world and family.
We're Getting Married     Wedding preparation A video-led course for couples who are preparing for marriage, including supporting handouts.

Please do get in touch if you'd like to ask any questions or want to start thinking about possible ways that you might want to mark an important moment in your life, either involving me or another of my many wonderful friends and fellow ministers. I look forward to hearing from you!
Clive Johnson
Email:   clive.johnson@interfaithministry.co.uk
Phone:  +44 (0)7956 942980
Skype:  cliverj2


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