We at Spiritual Ceremonies do just that and we pride ourselves on our dedication to these events since 2010; performing over 13,000 ceremonies to date; traveling the length and breadth of the country, from Cork to Donegal, seven days a week, creating memories, through our ceremonies on those special days.
We have a large team of Registered Solemnisers all of whom can perform the Legal Element of a Wedding and this in incredibly important because some Celebrants in the public domain cannot perform the Legal Element and advise that it cannot be done on the same day, which of course it can. In fact we performed the first legal outdoor Wedding Ceremony in Ireland in April 2011 and the first Same Sex Marriage under the religious section following the Referendum in
As Professional Wedding Celebrants and Registered Solemnisers we at Spiritual Ceremonies cater for all your needs and are trained to a high standard of excellence as reflected in the awards we have received to date. So let us Work With You, For You and About You and ensure your Ceremony
reflects your personal needs!
Some people ask us, what do you mean by spiritual? A religious person may be spiritual, but a spiritual person is not necessarily religious, thus all activity be it physical, emotional, intuitional and so forth that leads towards greater perfection, goodness and wholeness is therefore spiritual.
The definition of spirituality encompasses real self, of us.. truth of our inner self… the inner being, hence why our ceremonies always focus ON YOU.The purpose of the Spiritualist Union of Ireland is to promote Spiritualism as a religion in Ireland and facilitate both the personal and spiritual development of it’s members in Spirituality, general Mediumship, Spiritual Healing and all other aspects of holistic and Spiritual enlightenment.
All Areas Covered
Boot Road, Clondalkin, County Dublin D22, Ireland
Ulster Antrim, Down, Tyrone, Armagh, Fermanagh, Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal.
Munster Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford
Baldonnel Road, Newcastle, County Dublin D22, Ireland