A humanist celebrant gets to know the life story of the person — or the love story of the couple — the ceremony is for. They write and conduct unique, meaningful, non-religious ceremonies for the most important times in our lives:
To become a Humanist Ceremonies celebrant, you must be trained and accredited by Humanists UK to conduct ceremonies of the highest professional standard.
If you are a humanist, you can apply to train to become a celebrant with Humanist Ceremonies™. If you’re an existing celebrant outside our network, and identify as a humanist, you can also apply to train with us and become an accredited member of our network.
Humanists are non-religious people who believe that this life is the only life we have, and who make sense of the world through logic, reason, and evidence. Humanists place human welfare and happiness at the centre of their ethical decision-making.
You can find out how closely your values align with the humanist approach to life by taking our quick quiz.
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