My aim is to provide the kind of non-religious, Humanist, ceremony that you want.
I am a Humanist celebrant in N Ireland, accredited by the British Humanist Association in Funerals (2001), Weddings (2005), and baby Namings (2006).
I am semi-retired, born 1947. I realised in 1999 that I had been a Humanist all my adult life, and my aim is to encourage and promote all types of Humanist, non-religious, ceremonies.
Ireland, North and South, is now awash with a tide of healthy secularism, which we Humanists encourage and seek to promote. There is probably an equal yearning for the kind of non-religious, Humanist, ceremony which we can provide.
Humanists care deeply about moral issues, but from a non-religious standpoint. The fact is that very many people live decent, honest, and upright lives, with full respect and consideration for others. But without belief in the supernatural; including religion, dogma, superstition, or ‘faith’.
This has always been the case throughout human history. More and more people who live this way ask themselves,
If I live a good moral life without really believing in any religion, why should I use religion at ‘ceremonial’ times? Would this not be hypocritical?
Such ‘ceremonial’ times are Weddings, baby-Namings, and Funerals.
My aim is to provide the kind of non-religious, Humanist, ceremony that you want. I will construct it fully for you if you like; or work with you to refine your own ideas, or simply conduct a ceremony that you and your friends & family have produced.