Becoming a Humanist Celebrant is without doubt the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done. I have spent much of my career researching social history so I have a very genuine interest in people and consider it a privilege to be invited into their lives; whether it’s to mark the passing of a loved one or celebrate happy times.
For me, Humanism is about equality and respect and about making the most of life. Humanist Ceremonies are a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the one life we have and I think it’s great that people now have the freedom to mark important milestones – whether in life or death – in the way that they want to.
If you’d like to find out more about Humanism and the work of the Humanist Society Scotland please do visit the HSS website. The Society is always delighted for new members to get involved.
I live in Glasgow with my husband and our dog Betty, and am a team leader with the Humanist Society Tea Run which provides food and hot drinks for Glasgow’s homeless.
If you would like to get in touch about a ceremony please feel free to do so – I will be very happy to hear from you and to have an informal chat. I am very happy to perform ceremonies across the central belt and further afield if requested.