Debra - Thank you so much for being our vow renewal celebrant and for the care taken to enable us to get our ceremony just right for us. You obviously put a lot of thought into the ceremony in order to tell the story of our life together. We were thrilled with the results. Bob and Cath
The Heaves Hotel, Levens, Kendal
"The wedding ring is a circle, a symbol of wholeness, strength and eternity.
To many cultures the circle represents the changing of the seasons and life itself.

The circle of your rings represents a symbol of your love and strength for each other."
The British Humanist Association

A Humanist Vow Renewal

Why choose a Humanist Ceremony?

Humanist ceremonies are non-religious and therefore have no worship or fixed rituals. They are appropriate for anyone who would like a non-religious ceremony. The only guideline is that they do not include any religious content such as prayers or hymns. However, it is possible to have a moment of quiet reflection during the ceremony to enable people with religious beliefs to have a private prayer.