In 1997, I was ordained in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. The seminary I attended was The New Seminary there, and because the school was highly thought of in the spiritual community of NYC, we were blessed by priests, imams, rabbis, ministers, shamans – representatives of all of the world’s religions.
I was raised Anglican in Canada, began to feel “interfaith” at the age of 13. That story came out during an interview I was fortunate to give on NPR about ten years ago. For more of my story, check out this summary >>
When I began doing weddings in 1997, many of the couples who sought me out were of different faiths – and that continues today. Christian and Jew, Hindu and Muslim, atheist and agnostic – I have worked as an interfaith wedding officiant with all of these, and many more. In every case, we have created meaningful and beautiful interfaith weddings that is reflect their unique relationships. I love this work!