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We humans have a need for some ritual and ceremony to mark important stages in our lives, and for thirty years or so, humanist celebrants have been helping families whose lives don’t involve religion to organise funerals, baby-naming, partnership and wedding ceremonies which are meaningful to them. 117 more words
Get a free copy of “Humanism: A Short Course” from the British Humanist Association by paying with a Tweet or a Facebook share.
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The New Year is a good time for reflection and planning – out with the old, in with the new.
We’ve been talking to Hester Brown, who’s making a change in life by becoming a celebrant and asked her about her inspiration: ”When we got married, we wanted a non-religious ceremony and used a humanist booklet to help write our own. 486 more words