*Please see below for my COVID19 policy and scheduling requirements.
Are you a Japanese Agnostic-Italian Quaker couple? How about the son of a Presbyterian preacher marrying the daughter of a Reform Jewish rabbi? A gay Jordanian Muslim man about to wed a Latino Wiccan? Perhaps a lesbian Hindu-Catholic couple? Or a Chinese couple looking to incorporate your family's Buddhism and your newly adopted Christianity into your ceremony?
Maybe you left religion when you were young, but your mother (who is helping to pay for the whole thing) can't imagine hosting a wedding without *some* mention of Our Lord. Maybe you're deeply religious, but the mention of God makes your partner uncomfortable. Maybe you consider yourself spiritual but not religious, and want a God-centered ceremony without committing to any particular dogma. Maybe you and your partner are of the same faith, but your families and guests are from other religious backgrounds, and you don't want to alienate anyone with a single-faith event.
Maybe you need an officiant that won't insist that you convert to your partner's religion, or that you raise your children in your partner's faith. Maybe you are deeply committed to a faith whose institutional hierarchy has rejected you for being divorced or LGBT. Maybe you don't like the wedding format offered by your local house of worship. Maybe you have no religious beliefs at all, but feel a civil ceremony before a judge is too impersonal. Maybe, simply, the officiant you initially wanted was unavailable.
Maybe you would like to burn incense, or plant a tree, or light a bonfire at your wedding. Maybe the church you would have gotten married in frowns upon your Dr. Who-and-Bioshock theme.
My name is Reverend Caitlyn Wright, and if you are any of the above and live in New Jersey or New York City, I am your minister.
I am an Interfaith minister, a graduate of the New Seminary and ordained through the Interfaith Temple. My training is in merging and negotiating multiple cultures and faith paths to produce never-before-seen and unforgettable events.
My job as your officiant is to help you build a ceremony that reflects YOUR tastes, religious beliefs, and cultural backgrounds. My aim is not to project my background unto my clients, but to weave together my clients' own spiritual and cultural lives into a ceremony that respects and honors everyone and everything involved.
I will assist you in articulating your beliefs and desires in a personalized ceremony. I will help you negotiate with your partner and your families around problematic religious and cultural concerns. And if you are feeling lost about what to include in your ceremony, never fear! I have a large and always growing repertoire of celebratory elements spanning multiple faiths and cultures available to you.
From simple to elaborate, completely secular to deeply religious, no faith to single-faith to interfaith, monocultural to multicultural, I will be with you every step of the way to help you organize your ceremony into a respectful, loving, meaningful, and above all unforgettable event!
The Interfaith movement, of which I am blessed to be a part, is founded on the principles of non-discrimination and inclusion. I will proudly preside over a wedding, vow renewal, or committment ceremony honoring any loving and equal union between freely and soberly consenting adults.
I will gladly co-officiate with another minister, rabbi, etc, if requested.
In the interest of public safety, for the duration of the pandemic I am only available for the following:
1) Outdoor ceremonies
2) Indoor ceremonies in which everyone present is wearing a mask
3) Remote ceremonies in which I officiate over Skype, Zoom, or a similar program
Please do your best to book me no later than one month in advance.
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