Idaho Humanist Safety PinIn response to Donald Trump’s election, many LGBTQ, immigrant, and minority watch-dog groups are on high alert. To support these communities in such precarious and uncertain times, Humanist Celebrants can offer “comfort and security some desire through marriage to the one they love.”

If you are a member of a disenfranchised group and would like to get married before inauguration day (Friday, January 20, 2017), Joel Gardner will wave the normal ceremony fee. Follow the link to get in touch with Joel.

The purpose of this site is to help Idahoans who want a wedding ceremony (or other life celebration), but don’t want to involve a religious institution, find a secular alternative.

If you for inspiration for your wedding ceremony, please visit our sister-site IdahoWeddingCelebrations.com.

If you are looking for an alternative to a traditional religious wedding, memorial service, or other life event, get in touch via the contact page. If you have questions, see the Frequently Asked Questions section. If you can’t find the answer there, contact me and I’ll do my best to answer it.

This site is maintained by Joel Gardner, an ordained Humanist Celebrant endorsed by the Humanist Society’s Celebrant Endorsement Committee.