Baptism Officiants in Haliburton, ON
Ted Morris is a creative writer, a retired journalist and broadcaster, and an outdoorsman. Much of his pleasures comes from canoeing, sailing, swimming and flying. He has visited cathedrals and chapels of Europe, shrines of India, Nepal, and Japan, and sees a piece of The Almighty in every individual. Ted studied humanities at McMaster, Scottish Country dancing and Celtic culture at the Haliburton School of the Arts, and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 2002. Your family baptism is his pleasure and he'd be pleased to use his creative skills to help you craft your Baptism ceremony for your special day. Non-denominational or spiritual ceremonies. Please note that he is unavailable in the Haliburton area between mid-November and the Easter long weekend.
Cooksville, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Peel, Toronto, Toronto Islands, Offshore Weddings from Toronto Marinas, Oakville, Port Credit, Scarborough, Streetsville, Cooksville, Longbranch, Malton, Haliburton, Paudash
I have an endless curiosity and sense of wonder for the mystery and magic of the human spirit. I live in the Algonquin Highlands ( Bancroft, Haliburton and district).It has become a passion of mine to discover how to honour the uniqueness of each of us in ceremonies of all kinds. I am thrilled to help create and participate with anyone marking special occasions with personal expressions of ritual and ceremony.Baptism are a specialty. I continually learn from teachers and mentors from many traditions as well as the daily discoveries and surprises from the the earth. I live, play, work and grow spiritually from life so close to the natural world.
Haliburton, Dorset, Dwight, Halls Lake, Buttermilk Falls, West Guilford, Kennesis Lake area, Baysville
The welcoming ceremony had a personal quality, with the beautiful poem and readings, that made it special for us as parents. The extra TLC you added to the ceremony made it extra special. You were warm and friendly, organized and thoughtful and we would have you back anytime! Thanks again for a wonderful memory!