Letting Go, Divorce, Separation Ceremonies:

Letting go ceremonies are helpful to enable you to move on from a past situation which no longer serves you.

Other Ceremonies:
Baby Welcomings, Blessings, Dedication and Namings:

There is no prescribed formula or ritual liturgy to baby welcomings, blessing, dedication and namings. I will work with you to create your very own ceremony.
Civic and Corporate Events :

Grand openings, award ceremonies or civic ceremonies
Fees includes:
• In person consultation and planning session
• Ceremony text, personalized with your choice of readings and ritual elements
• Unlimited email consultation
• Travel within 20 miles of my home (further than 20 miles, add $50)
• Officiating at your ceremony
• Final keepsake copy of your ceremony

Please call or e-mail for fees.
House Warmings/ House Blessings:

Moving into a new home is an important rite of passage in anyone's life. Why not mark it with a ceremony?! Whether it is based on family or cultural traditions, housewarming and house blessing can be as casual and informal or spiritual as you’d like!.
Coming of Age ceremonies-Sweet 16, Quinceañera,Bat/Bar Mitzvah:

Coming-of-age ceremonies are held when a child or youth becomes recognized as an adult for the first time. These rituals were and are found in almost all societies. Why not mark this transition into adulthood with a formal, public celebration?

Whether it be yours, a family member's, a friend's or a colleague's retirement is cause for celebration!
Vow Renewals:

A couple managing to stay together through thick and thin deserves some celebration! If you and your spouse have made it to a significant anniversary, or you just want to have a "do-over" wedding, consider a vow renewal. The renewal of wedding vows with your partner is a great way of reaffirming the bond that was previously made at your original wedding and can normally incorporate much more than your original ceremony.

Adoption Ceremonies:
 Parents always celebrate when a new child joins their family. But adoptive moms and dads might want to mark their blessed event with a meaningful ceremony beyond the usual festivities.

​​Graduation / Send off Ceremonies:

There is no stronger love in the world than the love of a parent for their child. One of the hardest, most bittersweet things a parent will do is wave goodbye as their child goes off to college. A ceremony for the family can  help both the parent and graduate celebrate the change. 

Serendipity is the art of making an unsought finding.
- Pek van Andel.