I do not believe in simply performing a ceremony. My job is to inspire! Your ceremony is custom created to reflect the magic and power that is a child, and the beauty that is your family. When I became an interfaith minister, I was determined that each ceremony I conducted would be deeply reflective of the spiritual and emotional enormity of what was going on for the people I served. Twenty years and hundreds of extraordinary services later, that core belief remains the same.

What do I believe? I believe that God, by whatever name, is that which exists within, connects and binds us all. I believe that the most important goal of every religion is to respect and revere all life, and in doing so, we revere God.

Where there love, there is sanctity. In interfaith situations, respect is the foundation. Love is the bridge.