Every year Humanist Society Scotland Registered Celebrants prepare and deliver thousands of unique, personal and meaningful ceremonies to celebrate life, love and family.  These ceremonies include Naming and Welcoming Ceremonies, Funerals, and Wedding and Civil Partnership Ceremonies.

The role of a Humanist Society Scotland Celebrant is to meet with those planning the ceremony and to develop a ceremony based on memories, stories, adventures, hopes and promises, which reflects our Humanist values and beliefs. Our celebrants are passionate about celebrating life.

Humanist Society Scotland is the longest standing and most trusted provider of Humanist ceremonies in Scotland; we have celebrants across Scotland, all from different backgrounds with different experiences.  All Humanist Society Scotland Registered Celebrants are self-employed but are part of a supported and supportive network.

We are not currently accepting applications as we work through our latest round of recruitment, but to be notified when recruitment reopens please enter your details in the form below.

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Recruitment is currently closed but please check back as it will reopen soon, or fill in the form below to be notified.

This information is not required, but it helps us provide better services to our members and supporters.

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Why become a member of Scotland's Humanist charity?

We are a democratic membership charity. Join us today to get involved in our campaigns to make Scotland a more secular, rational and socially just country.

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Why should I get involved?

We are a membership charity, with over 14,000 members from Stornoway to Stranraer. Get involved today to help make Scotland a more secular, rational and socially just country.

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What is Humanism?

Humanists are people who share common values, such as science and rational enquiry, and who seek to live ethical lives based on reason and compassion.

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