Humanist & Civil Ceremony in Sligo, Ireland
Wedding and Commitment Ceremonies
The ceremony is a celebration of your love and commitment to one another that you share with family and friends.
Whether it be a church, civil ceremony, a humanist ceremony, a blessing or whatever you choose; we have the most beautiful wedding venue. Maybe you’d prefer to mix it up a little by doing the legal stuff in a registry office and then have a symbolic gathering here.
Flexibility: You can choose anywhere but our favourite spots are in the terraced garden or in the Gallery which has a spectacular skylight.
The choice is yours.
Traditional Church Ceremony
There are a number of beautiful churches and chapels of all denominations in the area.
Picturesque and historic Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland churches are within a couple of minutes drive. Many of our brides fall in love with the pretty stone cut chapel of Ballymote Church. For larger weddings, the Cathedral in Sligo is a beautiful setting. Killoran Church, Rathbaron is a favourite C of I option.
Your civil ceremony must take place Monday-Friday under a fixed roof. We just love the newly refurbished west wing where you shape the ceremony with your music and readings. The guests are seated on luxury French Gold Camelot Chairs, before you begin your ascent up the aisle.
Sligo Civil Registration Office, Markievicz House, Sligo T: +353 71 9155115
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Humanist Marriages, Vow Renewals and Civil partnerships
This is a popular alternative to a civil ceremony which can also be held on a Saturday. Humanist ceremonies are all about a couple celebrating their love for each other and making a commitment to one another in the company of those people who are important to them. This is done with appropriate, well-chosen words, readings and music in a beautiful venue.
Siobhan Walls | 087 64 66 162 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridget Carlin | 083-8330353 | email@example.com
A large team of Registered Solemnisers is available all of whom can perform the blessing and the legal element of a wedding ceremony.
Eileen Morris, Registered Solemniser
One Spirit Interfaith Ceremony
You create your own vows and work with the Minister to design a meaningful ceremony full of your favourite readings and music.
This approach offers an alternative to the traditional religious wedding. “Together with each couple I create a legal marriage ceremony, one that is completely relevant to them and allows them to express their personal beliefs in an authentic and sacred manner.”
Rev Melanie Restall, Largan, Collooney, Co Sligo
Celtic Druid Temple – Handfasting and Celtic Wedding Services
The Celtic Druid Temple is a registered religious charity, established to promote and teach Druid Spirituality, beliefs and customs. This is a traditional celebration steeped in Irish heritage suitable for all couples.
Niamh Connor T: 0949640668
other Wedding and Commitment celebrants:
Dara Molloy (Celtic Christian Monk)
Bishop Buckley (Independent Ministry)
Tom Colton (Spiritualist- also licensed to perform civil marriages)