Weddings

A Unitarian wedding ceremony is a unique celebration of the joining of two people on their life's journey. There is no set format but rather each ceremony is a creation by a team made up of the couple and the Lay Chaplain. The ceremony uses elements which are meaningful to those involved. The result is an honouring and celebrating of the joining of families, the commitment between two people and the blessing of whatever it is that gives meaning and substance to their lives. A couple need not be members of a Unitarian church or fellowship in order to be married in a Unitarian ceremony.
 

Our Lay Chaplain will meet with the couple wishing to be married to discuss the kind of service they would like to have. The Lay Chaplain will provide resources including selections of readings, vows and blessings. The couple may choose the elements they feel best express their situation or may adapt what they find to their own liking.

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