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Celebrating Life


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Celebrating Life


 

Lifepoint Services...

... is the name I chose for my celebrant practice because of the special times in our lives for those important ‘rites of passage’ to celebrate life — whether it is new life, or a new life together with that special person, or a life that has been lived and deserves to be remembered and acknowledged with love and dignity. It has been such privilege for me to share such ‘life points’ with many people and I hope I can be of help to you.

I am available in Perth for Funeral, Wedding and Commitment Ceremonies; Renewal of Marriage Vows; Naming Ceremonies; Memorial Services; the preparation of tributes, eulogies and obituaries; and advance preparation of funeral ceremonies. 

 
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KEN BOOTH


KEN BOOTH


KEN BOOTH, CIVIL CELEBRANT IN PERTH

I have always lived in Perth and began my celebrant practice in 2004.  Before that I had a 35 year career as a teacher and within the Education Department head office.  I am proud of my record of involvement in community service. The feedback I get tells me that people find my ceremonies to be personal, warm, friendly and professional.

(My sister) Sue and I just wanted to thank you very much for the way in which you conducted Dad’s service.
It was just as we wanted for him. We had a large number of our friends also comment on your warmth and obvious compassion.
— Robert G — July 2017
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Weddings Perth


Weddings Perth


WEDDINGS, PERTH

Your wedding day promises to be a very special day for each of you and for your family and friends.  My aim is to provide you with the Marriage Ceremony that captures your dreams and wishes.   I provide couples with a basic ceremony outline which we then build up to suit your  particular  wishes  for  the  day.   Couples  I  have  worked  with  have  really appreciated  the  opportunity to  personalise the  ceremony  and  to  design  their own wording for key parts of the ceremony.

Ken has a very professional manner, at the same time he is warm and engaging. Our ceremony had tears, laughter, and even cheering!
— Kristie and Nigel
Ken you were the best celebrant! Thank you
— Claire Reid
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Funerals Perth


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Funerals Perth


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FUNERALS PERTH

In my work as a funeral celebrant, I find that every situation is different.  It’s important to achieve a balance, a celebration of a life that is treasured with the natural sadness of grief.

Most people have left behind wonderful tales of the things they have done.  I find a great deal of fulfilment in learning their stories and helping to share them in a funeral service. 

... thank you once again for the lovely service on Friday in honour of my father. It was lovely and many people commented on how beautifully it was put together.
Thank you for your guidance and experience in making this difficult day quite special.
— Michelle A and family — October 2016
On behalf of my family I thank you for your attention to detail and the care and consideration you gave.
— Helen
The service was a beautiful one, Ken. Very personal
— Tracy O'Brien
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Thank you very much to Margaret for these kind words, sent from the USA ....

When my father passed away in August 2017 my family engaged Ken Booth to be the celebrant at his funeral.  We wanted a non-religious, respectful service that celebrated my father’s life through the eyes of the family.  Ken did a superb job; I can’t recommend him enough.  

He was outstanding in his help with the organisation of the funeral and even though I live in California, he made sure that I was an integral part of all the planning and decision making that preceded the funeral itself.  The funeral was to be live-streamed so that I and other family members could watch it direct wherever we lived in the US or Europe.  

Turning to the actual ceremony, Ken did such a good job that you would be forgiven for assuming he were a close confidant of my father. He spoke with great respect, and with kind thoughtful words about my father.  He introduced family members who spoke to the assembled crowd, and then beautifully wrapped up the ceremony at the end.  Ken was all that one could ever expect of a celebrant on such a sad occasion, but also one of many happy reflections.

— September 2017