Windsor Humanists
Windsor Humanists

Local HUmanist Celebrants

There are numerous humanist celebrants in the local area who can conduct weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies.  Many people's first contact with humanism comes from attending a humanist ceremony either a funeral, wedding or naming of a child.  Often people say how wonderful and authentic they found these ceremonies compared to the equivalent religious ceremonies with many commenting that they prefer the focus of humanist ceremonies which is on the person rather than on doctrine or the divine!  

 

One of our experienced Humanist Celebrants has let us know that they aim to have people crying at weddings due to the romance but laughing at funerals as people fondly remember the deceased whilst celebrating the life they lived!

 

If you want to find out more please refer to the BHA Ceremonies Web pages where you can find a listing of BHA accredited celebrants. The contact details of our own  Windsor Humanist Celebrant are also provided below.  Both Caroline and Pauline are very experienced humanist celebrants and both are accredited by the BHA.

Humanist CEREMONIES

Local Celebrants

 

Pauline Turner - Weddings and Funerals, 07721754787, 01628634588,

 paulineturner@msn.com

 

Caroline Barnett - Funerals, 07973 141623

carobarnett@btinternet.com

Want to join us?

If you'd like to become a member, please use our contact form. Or just turn up at an event - you will be very welcome!  Or contact us via our email windsor@humanistgroups.org.uk

 

Join our Facebook Group page - the link is provided below.

Upcoming Events

Next few Months ..... all at the Waterman Arms from 7.30pm

Tuesday 12th Sept - Speaker event -

Humanist Ceremonies Isobel Hosegood

Tuesday10 th oct - tbc

Tuesday 14th Nov - Speaker Event - Wierd Science & The Paranormal Chris French

Tuesday 12th Dec  tbc

 

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