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We create Ceremonies that can be Religious, Spiritual or Non Religious and travel all over the UK and abroad to conduct meaningful, beautiful ceremonies.

We strive to be as Ecological and Natural as possible and can advise on “Green Ways of creating a Celebration.”

The Ceremonies we create have at their heart your thoughts and beliefs, memories, hopes and dreams.

We’re highly experienced and trained Celebrants offering Ceremonies for the fundamental moments in life such as Babynamings, Weddings, Civil Partnerships, and Funerals.

We have created Ceremonies for Adoption, Special Birthdays, House Warmings, Teenage Rites of Passage, Retirement, Surviving Serious illness, Opening of a New Business.

Anyone can have a party to celebrate a special moment but we feel it is important to find a time of stillness within the gathering to become aware of the relevance of the day, to allow thank you’s to be extended, to acknowledge how glad you are to have certain people in your life.

A Ceremony is also a time to tell a story, your life story, we are all very ordinary folk but we each have an extraordinary story to tell, we are skilled in listening and then retelling your story during the ceremony.

We are based in Lewes, near Brighton, East Sussex.

 
So just who are Light on Life
Belinda Chapman

Q: How long have you been a Celebrant?
A: Just over six years now.

Q: Why did you become one?
A: My mum died and I felt it was really important to have a funeral that would really reflect her life, I was desperate to find someone to help and just couldn’t. We as a family did the best we could in the short time we had. Afterwards I was determined to find out about Ceremonies, research and find some training so I could help others in the same situation. So in a way, my work has become a way of honouring my lovely mum, Jessie! I now create several ceremonies a month, not just funerals and being a Celebrant has become my full time job. More>

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