If you are planning a wedding, Rev Leanna would be honoured to help you. You could include First Nations smudging or blanket ceremony as part of the ceremony. She is also comfortable in a traditional, spiritual or same-sex wedding ceremony in a manner that is respectful and compassionate. She has a BA from Cape Britain University. As an Appointed Designated Minister in Clergy Support Memorial Church, her ministry includes serving as an Elder in her Mi’kmaq community. Leanna was born and raised in Truro, Nova Scotia, and looks forward to meeting with you to discuss your wishes for your wedding ceremony to ensure your wedding is a unique and a “Happily Ever After” memorable occasion.
My name is Deb and I live in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with my husband and our dog, our fur baby. I have five grown children and eight grand-babies. I have a Bachelor of Theology and a Masters of Divinity from Acadia University and have been a licensed officiant since 2010. I thoroughly enjoy working with couple as they plan for their special day. I have a diverse background in congregational pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, pre-marital and marital counseling as well as experience in funeral ministry. I offer my enthusiasm, professionalism and grace to every couple I work with striving to give you the best of memories for your special day.
Kerry is a graduate of the Nova Scotia Community College and Athabasca University. As a designated minister with clergy Support Church she will conduct your Life celebration (Wedding Ceremony), with great joy. Kerry enjoys spending time at her Elmsdale home with her husband, four cats and her little dog, Dolly. She also enjoys singing, songwriting, reading and enjoys learning anything and everything! In the evenings, she can be found lending her voice, guitar and her original songs to a variety of community musical ensembles. Kerry would be more than happy and willing to make your day special.
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