|I see my role is a dual one:
1. As a marriage celebrant it is my role to unite to persons within the Rules and constraints of the Marriage Act 1961. That my pesonal belief is that all who hold a deep and abiding love for each other should have, as their right, the privilage to marry has no bearing on the Marriage Act 1961.
2. As a general
celebrant I see my role as to celebrate and unify the love between two persons irrespective of genders.
Although there are no legal benefits to a commitment ceremony, the ceremony can
transcend and bond your love in a more permanent nature in your hearts and in
the eyes of your friends and family.
commitment ceremonies create a union that is a sign of hope in a somewhat intolerant
& Overseas Couples
Talk with Philip about a Port Stephens Commitment by The Sea or a Vineyards Commitment in The Vines. He can put you in touch with the excellent resorts
and all facilities in the area.
ceremonies provide for some special needs within our society.
They fall into three basic categories:
with Philip about your ceremony options. He has an excellent range of ceremonies
to enable you to celebrate your day of commitment. These include his many cultural
couples, who are as committed to each other as any other couple and seek to confirm
their relationship before family and friends.
who wish to marry at some time in the future, but seek to commit to each other
who, through religious, or legal complications can not proceed with the usual
form of marriage.