Officiating at Weddings/ Commitment
Officiating at Weddings and Commitment Ceremonies
There are many forms of ceremonies to use, so a couple needs to decide what “flavor” they would like this to be and the service will be crafted specifically for you. As a Sacrament, you each confer it on each other, as officiant +SummerHawk is there to Bless and witness.
The ceremony can be as formal or informal as you choose. You can choose traditional Catholic/ Christian or include Native American (such as the invocation of the 4 directions (or Archangels) ), Celtic with handfasting and jumping over the broom, Metaphysical elements, etc., can be incorporated.
You can write your vows (if you’d like).
A Ceremony can be used as the public celebration and gathering with family and friends after a civil ceremony.
State and local regulations need to be checked to verify the legality in place of a civil ceremony.
For information and availability, please call 610.954.0885 E.S.T. or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sources for Metaphysical Dimensions of the Sacraments:
“Divine Light and Fire” Peter Roche De Coppens
“The Science of the Sacraments” +C.W. Leadbeater
see also Evelyn Underhill