Supporting current humanist celebrants through mentoring, collaboration, professional, and business development.
The Humanist Institute is offering on-site training for individuals who are already celebrants or desiring to become Humanist Celebrants on March 11 at Rutgers University.
Humanist Celebrants Offer Free Weddings to Marginalized Communities Affected by Presidential Election
In response to fears of marginalized communities regarding a Trump presidency, the Humanist Society will be offering free weddings to LGBTQ individuals and immigrants.
Jason Callahan recalls how be became the first chaplain endorsed by The Humanist Society to receive board certification by the Association of Professional Chaplains
Three humanist celebrants moderate a sharing of ideas and reflections on death and dying.
Read Anita Macauley and Gregg Casagrande’s story of how they got married by a Humanist Celebrant at Reason Rally!
The Humanist Institute is offering on-site training for individuals who are already Celebrants or desiring to become Humanist Celebrants.
Jennifer and Tim most often perform weddings, funerals, and memorials, however, as they detail this is post, they’re seeing more and more variety in the events people want to commemorate.
On June 26, the US Supreme Court ruled that the US Constitution guarantees the right for same-sex couples to marry in all fifty states. Some same-sex couples rushed to their local courthouse to become some of the first “legal” married same-sex couples in their states.
One popular resource for couples planning a wedding is Pinterest, a virtual scrapbook-like platform that describes itself as “a visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas for all your interests and projects.”