,The word “Interfaith” refers to an inclusive philosophy which welcomes people from all walks of life, from all beliefs (and none) without discrimination of any kind.
An interfaith Minister is a modern Spiritual teacher who belongs to a Religious body with an inclusive philosophy which welcomes everyone without discrimination. This means that your Interfaith Minister can create any style of non-denominational ceremony from Secular through to humanist ceremonies and spiritual ceremonies and everything in between. with your choice of ceremony traditions of any style included, to create your own ceremony style.
The modern interfaith Minister really is the Rolls Royce of celebrants due to their extensive experience and the diversity of the beautiful & meaningful personalised ceremonies they create & officiate, they really can offer you the most flexibility for your ceremony options.
There is no shortage of Interfaith Ministers in Ireland, although the biggest challenge is finding them as they don’t all have a website. I am very fortunate that I was once a Software Engineer and Website Developer, so creating my own website comes naturally to me.
The first thing is to do is find an Interfaith Minister who you really like (pick me!) so you will need to interview them ether on the phone, or face to face, either in person or on Zoom. That’s right, you need to interfview them! Your ceremony is one of the most important parts of your special day, there is a huge difference between a good ceremony and a great ceremony.!
I am a Spiritual Humanist, registered with Earth Spiritualist Foundation. With me as your interfaith Minister, I guarantee that you will have one of the greatest ceremonies you could wish for. Every ceremony is my ceremony of the year. I will work with you every step of the way to design the ceremony of your dreams, no matter how big or small, to ensure that your ceremony exceeds your expectations.
Or – if you don’t want a unique & personalised ceremony because you just don’t want the fuss of the ceremony design, and you prefer the simplicity of a civil ceremony (registry office marriage) you can read more in my blog articled titled What is a Civil Ceremony in Ireland? You can also read more about the legal requirements of getting married in Ireland right here in my article Legal Info
If you have any questions about getting married in Ireland please don’t hestitate to get in touch. I would be honoured to work with you.
Rev. Sharon Q.
Tel: 085 831 3437
Modern Spiritual Teacher, Musician,
Spiritual Humanist, Earth Spiritualist Interfaith Minister,
Visionary & creator of dreams