Ordained minister and ritualist, Rev. Karen Tate, is available to
perform the legal ceremonies and rituals that mark the most
important life passages for yourself or your loved ones. Whether
chosen to be done privately or witnessed by the community, these
ceremonies help us to memorialize important moments in time, whether
that be a beginning, ending, or continuation of one's journey
Personally tailored ministerial services provided
- Life Coaching & Spiritual Counseling -
Rev. Tate has been an ordained minister for twenty years offering her counsel and expertise to the community. She's moved across the country to start a new life, has been happily married over thirty years, and traveled across the globe visiting sacred sites. She's a four-times published author, founder of the long-running radio show, Voices of the Sacred Feminine and has received acclaim from her community. Either in person or via Skype you schedule an appointment and enlist the services of Dr. Tate to help you achieve your life goals. For both women and men.
- Wedding blessings - Traditional Weddings, Handfastings, Vow Renewal, and Commitment Ceremonies
- Funeral and Memorial Services
- Naming ceremonies - usually for newborn
children, or reclaiming one's name after divorce
- Other Life Passage Blessings - for a new
baby, house, business, birthday, anniversary, vow renewal, safe
pregnancy, graduation, relocation, important travel, etc
- Puberty/First Menses/Menarche -- Girls
coming of age rituals
- Maiden, Mother, Queen and Crone Ceremonies
- Rituals: conducting large & small group
circles for a particular purpose, season or cycle
- Universal worship services for your group
or congregation - for everyone, from any faith tradition or none
Contact Karen for a private consultation at
firstname.lastname@example.org and put Ministerial Services Inquiry
in the subject line.
You are invited to go to Karen's biography page to see her extensive
experience as a minister, scholar, writer and ritualist.
Some services provided by donation only, depending on the complexity
of the service and the distance to site of ceremony.