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English, Afrikaans

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace. (Sonnet 43 by Elizabeth Browning)

Love, patience and kindness are some of the ingredients that make marriage magical, meaningful and eternal. In a time where values & traditions seem to be lost, you can rely on Gareth to release them into your ceremony.

Born & raised in Africa, Gareth believes, "community, connection & spirituality run deep through our veins – I think that is why I love to celebrate the journey of two people becoming one."

  "When I meet with a couple for the first time, it's important for me to hear their story of how their love collided. I also like to share and give an understanding of the importance of making a sacred covenant," he says.

However formal or informal you choose to make your momentous occasion, Gareth will guide you all the way. He creates the style & structure of the ceremony and the vows that best reflect you and your partner’s feelings & tastes.

Gareth is an Author and an experienced Pastor,  who will provide you with a heartfelt ceremony, that you, your family and friends will cherish forever and beyond.

Gareth is available for:
Celebration of marriage
Baby Naming
Renewal of Vows
Funerals

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Sav mosse Ibwanga 05/01/2019

We are so grateful to God for our wedding ceremony conducted by Pastor Gareth. My wife and I were so touched by all the small details he included in making our wedding day so memorable. From the candle ceremony to taking communion – His special sermon on how true love is patient and kind was really encouraging and uplifting. My wife and I were especially touched by the ring ceremony where Pastor Gareth explained the importance and meaning of the wedding rings. "A ring represents the beginning and the end which is the symbol of eternity and also symbolizes unity. It is placed on the left hand to indicate a portion of the heart. Whenever you see It – it is there to remind you about your everlasting love for God and for each other,” explained Pastor Gareth. Thank you so much Pastor Gareth for making our wedding ceremony so special and memorable for all who attended!

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