Rev. Kim Goode
I was blessed to be ordained as an Interfaith Minister in 2006 and have been the celebrant at many weddings, many funerals and some baby blessings. I aim to take your direction and create an amazingly beautiful event. My interfaith training also allows me to consider using spiritual counselling strategies in order to support people and to help in mediation situations. I use these skills in my role as an Associate University Chaplain. The ceremonies that I have co-constructed have been held in fields, in rooms, in halls, in yurts and in teepees, as well as in chapels. I'm still teaching in a university, and also running family constellation workshops, but I really love the interfaith work. Anything is possible - let me help you?
Location: Southern England
Available for: Ceremony / Ritual, Counselling / Accompaniment, Supervision, Chaplaincy
More info: www.blessingsandbliss.co.uk
"We would both like to thank you so much for a fantastic ceremony. You have such an amazing stance that has made our memories come alive. So many people commented on the service and how wonderful it was. You were so professional and we found our day so overhelming, as you may have told by our tears of joy. It was such a great pleasure going through the whole process with you. You are a very sincere and genuine person. We can not thank you enough"
"We definitely got the ceremony we wanted for our son. We would not have changed anything and we received very positive comments from all our guests and family afterwards and we have wonderful memories of the day.
"Thank you so much again for your wonderful ministry at our wedding we are just about recovered now."
"The delivery was excellent - this was reflected by numerous complements from all our guests about the blessing component to the ceremony. Many people said you had a warm and engaging manner and your delivery was clear throughout. We know it’s not the type of feedback you need to improve but we genuinely felt that there was nothing that could have improved how well it went (except perhaps learn our lines a bit more ☺, nerves may of got the better of us ☺)"