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celebrant

Christianity an officiating priest, esp at the Eucharist
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Anyone can be a celebrant, but I wanted to do it properly," said Lee.
Finally, on June 4,2014, I received a voicemail message from Judge Brock in which he informed me that, indeed, I was qualified to perform wedding ceremonies as a humanist celebrant in the State of Georgia.
Motivated by the forthcoming ceremony, Bob has spent the past year studying for his humanist celebrant exams in London - and is now qualified to carry out weddings, baby namings and funerals.
And Charles Foley, a Queanbeyan celebrant, added: "More and more men in younger generations seem to be less hung up on name matters.
Now we are trying to look at areas needing celebrants and find people in those areas.
The graduation marked the end of seven-months of extensive study and celebrated the dedication and achievement of the new Celebrants, who will preside over a variety of life events, including personalized weddings, civil unions, funerals, divorces, births and coming of age ceremonies.
They've started a business called Certified Celebrants of Lane County, which they say is helping fill a need for people who don't belong to a church or have a religious affiliation but want to mark a milestone.
Celebrants will often organise an entire "wedding" package, with a ceremony to follow registration, then a meal and festivities.
The Humanist Association (020 7430 0908) provides official celebrants from pounds 95.
See the celebrants reverently gathered in a circle joining hands around the "sacred" ark, and then with arms upraised to the ark and a banner inscribed "Earth.
This month's Centerfold captures the celebrants as they make their way across the Queensboro Bridge.
We have two trained professional civil funeral celebrants who work closely with bereaved families.