Code of Conduct

Glynis German Celebrant – Code of Conduct

Choosing a Celebrant to mark an important and life changing situation such as a funeral, or end of life ceremony, requires trust and consideration. Such a person should enable you to feel:

– Supported from the first contact, be it by phone or in person
– Guided to make the right choices
– Listened to and in safe hands

I, Glynis German, promise to serve you with a personalised ceremony using universal spiritual values to remind you of your loved one’s life and special qualities.

I shall endeavour to learn all about your loved one and to leave you uplifted after delivering a fitting tribute whilst respecting and acknowledging everything about them.

I promise to create an environment in which you can express yourself safely and where your unique grieving process is given space to unfold.

Other Services

Advance Care Planning

An advance care plan might mean all the difference between a future where you get to make all the important decisions about your end of life rather than others making them for you!

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Mallorca Death Café

This is a monthly encounter in which the topic of conversation is about death and dying.  Forming part of the Death Café global movement started by Jon Underwood in 2011, Mallorca Death Café began in December 2015 with…

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End of Life Doula

If your loved one is ill or elderly and coming to the last stage of life, I can offer practical help for you whilst observing how much emotional support you need to be able to face all that is to come.

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