Peggy M. Lewis - Celebrant


Life Cycle Ceremonies

Ceremonies are needed when a life event calls for the expression of joy or causes us to need support and community. They are for the times when you want and need to share with friends and family. Whether your ceremony is to celebrate a marriage, a life-time commitment, a new baby or adopted child in the family, a vow renewal, a funeral or memorial,or even celebrating a pet, it has unique meaning to you. That is what needs to be expressed.

My mission is “To take what is in your heart and put it into beautiful words for you." That is my commitment to you. I will listen to you and work closely with you to make sure that your ceremony expresses exactly what you want it to express. I will ask you lots of questions; I will offer you suggestions, and brainstorm with you to come up with creative ideas to express your unique situation; I will research customs, readings and rituals as appropriate; and offer you choices all along the way.

I will ask you lots of questions

It's your ceremony. Have it your way.

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Your ceremony will come alive

You will receive a copy of the ceremony text in advance, so that you may review it and ask for as many changes as you wish. Children and families ceremoniesThen, when you have agreed that the ceremony is “perfect", I will officiate for you in a way that allows the ceremony to flow seamlessly, elegantly, and from the heart. I will give you lots of choices, and make suggestions to help your ceremony “come alive" with your intentions.


CEREMONY TYPES

Weddings For All

Imagine having your entire ceremony created just for you----to express your unique love story and the meaning of your commitment to each other. And imagine your guests laughing, and crying, and totally enjoying the ceremony!

Ceremonies for Babies and Children

Whether it is called a baby naming, a baby blessing, or an adoption ceremony, every culture has a ceremony to name and welcome a new child. These are ceremonies of great joy.

Funderals & Memorials

A funeral or memorial ceremony is perhaps the most important kind of ceremony to “get right.” If your loved one is not honored and acknowledged in the ways that are most important to you, you will likely feel that something important has been left unfinished.

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