Introducing Interfaith Minister Kathryn Reynolds

Not all ministers are stuffy as this month’s guest blogger definitely proves – so lets introduce you to Kathryn Reynolds.

Originally from New York, Kathryn moved to England back in the 1990s and ordained as an Interfaith minister and spiritual counsellor in 2003 following various incarnations.

What inspired you to get started?

9/11, I thought that I would put my occupation where my heart was and becoming a minister seemed to be the right thing to do.

What aspect of your work do you most enjoy?

The moment when the service is complete and the couple have just what they want.

Describe your personality?

I would say that I am creative.  I like to get more out of my clients by going beyond the common poems and quotes and dig deep into their imaginations to create an unforgettable wedding ceremony.

When was the last time you laughed really hard and what was the joke?

My husband and I live in a flat on the 3rd floor and the other day we heard an ice-cream van and decided we were going to go for it. It was like we were children again chasing the ice cream van down the street. I’m just looking forward to finding a way to stop the van this summer.

Describe a perfect day for you?

Waking up about 9 or 10, the sun is shining and breakfast is freshly baked bread, a fresh fruit salad, champagne, orange juice and a latte. My music is playing, I have a great book to read and friends are coming over.

If you could give one piece of advice to couples getting married what would it be?

Never lose your sense of humour as this will get you through anything.

Thanks to Interfaith Minister Kathryn Reynolds.

We look forward to receiving your comments on this month’s topic and remember for all your wedding planning needs at home and abroad head to www.pierrecarr.com.


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