Wedding Officiants in Peterborough, Ontario
Including: Lakefield, Bobcaygeon, Buckhorn, Bancroft, Haliburton, Cannington, Fenlon Falls
Lori HayesSpecializationsGay and Lesbian Weddings
Lori is passionate about helping others and wants to be a part of creating the wedding of their dreams. She is experienced in event planning and officiating ceremonies. Her gentle, caring nature allows the couple and their families to be at ease on their special day. She is comfortable performing non–denominational, religious and spiritual weddings, vow renewals, baptismal and naming ceremonies. Lori is excited to serve those in the Peterborough and surrounding area.
Gerri Humphries a Campbellford resident is happily married with two children. Gerri is an avid environmentalist and an active volunteer within his community. His experiences as a firefighter has given him a deep appreciation for life's memorable moments spent with loved ones. Gerri has the right combination of understanding, professionalism, grace and humor to help each couple have the unique and personal non–denominational or spiritual wedding ceremony that they envision. Gerri really enjoys being a part of a couple's wedding and celebration of their love. As a wedding officiant he can create for every couple a wedding day that they will remember for the rest of their lives.
Meredith KennedySpecializationsGay and Lesbian Weddings
“Meredith is well known and respected in Newcastle, Peterborough, and surrounding communities as a successful business person, Teacher and Music Director . She has a B.Ed degree and has worked with many parents to enhance the education of their children. Meredith has had input into many weddings and she firmly believes in the right of couples (including same-sex couples) to solemnize their vows in the faith of their choice.In her spare time, Meredith enjoys oil painting and spending time with her three Labrador retrievers. She is very much looking forward to meeting with you and planning your memorable day.”
Emily Szabunia-VlaskalinSpecializationsGay and Lesbian Weddings
Emily is a graduate of Trent University. Emily is also a newlywed who enjoys cooking, dance, reading, writing, film and the outdoors.She has superior communication skills, organizational skills, and meticulous attention to detail. In working with Emily, your wedding ceremony will be truly reflective of the love and joy being shared between you at one of the happiest moments of your lives. She has a warm and engaging personality, as well as a great sense of humor.
Jim Riehle (pronounced 'Really') and his wife Peggy came to Canada from the U.S. almost 40 years ago and have lived in the Lindsay area where he worked as a teacher and school administrator. Jim has a wonderful sense of humour. His hobbies are photography and woodworking, but these pale in comparison to his passion for celebrating marriage for his couples. His outgoing personality and keen appreciation of the non-conventional provide the kind of open-minded, enthusiastic support necessary for your wedding ceremony to be done your way.
Ted MorrisSpecializationsGay and Lesbian Weddings
Ted Morris is a creative writer, a retired journalist and broadcaster, and an outdoorsman. Much of his pleasures comes from canoeing, sailing, swimming and flying. He has visited cathedrals and chapels of Europe, shrines of India, Nepal, and Japan, and sees a piece of The Almighty in every individual. Ted studied humanities at McMaster, Scottish Country dancing and Celtic culture at the Haliburton School of the Arts, and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 2002. Your wedding is his pleasure and he'd be pleased to use his creative skills to help you craft your wedding ceremony for your special day. Ted will conduct nonâ€“denominational or spiritual ceremonies. He will also serve Streetsville, Cooksville, Port Credit, Longbranch, Malton and Clarkson.
Elizabeth lives at Omemee on a farm with spouse Peter and their three children. She is a graduate of Queens in English and Religion. She is a long time volunteer with the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies. Elizabeth is also active in 'Brainchild' , helping parents who have a child with a brain tumor. Elizabeth is a caring individual who will work with you to make your wedding ceremony all you want it to be whether non–denominational or spiritual. Her calm and professional manner will be a welcome part of your day.
David Wells is located in the heart of the Kawarthaâ€™s near Fenelon Falls ON. David was raised on a beef farm and over the years has kept his Rural Roots working closely with local and district Fall Fairs and Agricultural Societies. David owns and operates his own small business in the Fenelon area and is known locally by business and individuals alike. David has a warm and friendly personality coupled with a good sense of humour. In Davidâ€™s down time he enjoys listening to country music, singing in the church choir, reading a good book or taking a long walk on a quiet country road.
Based in Lindsay, Ontario, Bob is an experienced wedding officiant with many years experience. He has conducted 100's of weddings, in a variety of settings and styles. He is experienced in non–denominational, interfaith and religious ceremonies . His desire is to help couples make their wedding unique, personal and meaningful. He creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere at every wedding and has the knack of putting your family and friends at ease. Bob has an engaging personality, a great sense of humour and is enthusiastic and outgoing. Bob enjoys biking, golf and playing the trombone.
Bonnie S. Manning-JonesSpecializationsGay and Lesbian Weddings
Bonnie is fluent in English, Spanish, American Sign Language (ASL), and possesses a sparkling sense of humour and lively spirit of adventure. She looks forward to sharing a personal connection with you during the planning of your ceremony, be it a spiritual or non–denominational wedding celebration. Bonnie welcomes mixed cultural, same sex, and interfaith couples to join with her in the creation of uniquely memorable celebrations of love. Bonnie has a BSc. in psychology from New York University and has been a professional counselor for several years. She is an active member of her community as the Public Relations Chairperson and serves on the Board of Directors for the Council of Persons with Disabilities in Peterborough.
Hal, who lives in Campbellford, is a retired police officer. He has been conducting weddings for over four years. Hal scuba dives, loves motorcycles, and hunts with a camera. Hal is comfortable in all wedding settings and knows how to create a warm and friendly ambience. Hal has a great sense of humour and your guests will love his work. For a non-denominational or spiritual ceremony, ask for Hal.
Julie is a professional with a smile. She is committed to making your special day be the very best that it can be. Her goal is to make your wedding day a perfect reflection of two individuals uniting as one. As a mother and grandmother, she is committed to family, in whatever form it takes. She respects and honours all religious, spiritual, and secular backgrounds. Not only is she is comfortable in any wedding setting; her leadership will bring that same comfort to those attending your wedding. Whether you have planned a classical wedding, a relaxed and laid back one, or perhaps one with your own unique style, Julie would welcome the opportunity to make it uniquely yours.
Ed lives near Lindsay but will travel to your ceremony site in Peterborough or the Kawarthas. He is a a kind, caring, warm person with lots of experience conducting weddings. Couples find he has a way with guests and knows how to make them feel comfortable in each situation. Ed likes to get to know his couples and enjoys working with them to make their spiritual or nonâ€“denominational wedding ceremony everything they want it to be.He is credentialled with Community Christian Fellowship Church