Gold Coast Celebrant Robert Moore

Robert Moore  –  Gold Coast Celebrant

 

Let me introduce myself.

My name is Robert Moore. I am a long-term resident of the Gold Coast.

An image of business owner and Gold Coast celebrant Robert MooreIf you are looking for an experienced and qualified Gold Coast Celebrant for weddings and other ceremonies, I’d love you to give me a call. I am always happy just to chat with people and to answer any questions you may have about ceremonies in general and mine in particular. Whether you choose me to look after your ceremony later on or not makes no difference. (Although naturally I hope you will!)

As a celebrant with over 21 years’ experience, I see my most essential function as making your experience memorable. My focus is to make your ceremony particularly reflect your feelings as well as the feelings of those around you. I believe that any ceremony should always be centered on you, your loved ones and the others concerned.

I celebrate  WeddingsRenewals of VowsNaming Ceremonies and Baptisms,  and various  Celebrations of our important Life Events,  including  Funerals.

 

About me

I have been a celebrant for over 21 years – since 1995 – and have officiated at more than 1600 weddings.  In that time, I have also presided over more than 1500 other ceremonies including Namings, Christenings and Funerals.

Before taking up work as a Gold Coast celebrant, I was a school teacher, administrator, musician and counsellor. I was the founding Director of Music at The Southport School, where I worked for 20 years. In 1988, my work in Music Education was recognised with the award of a Fulbright Educational Scholarship. This involved further study in the United States of America. Since 1989 I have been teaching in schools and universities, as well as working as a celebrant. In 1995 I also completed a masters degree in the field of music.

In 2005, I received the Diploma in Marriage Celebrancy by award from the International College of Celebrancy based in Melbourne. The Diploma was presented by the founder of the College, Dally Messenger III. ( And yes . . . he is the grandson of the Rugby League great!) The citation on the Diploma reads:

To recognise above average ability in the delivery of Rites of Passage, for his contribution to the intelligent understanding of the celebrant challenge, for his support to good initiatives in celebrant organisations, and his studied contribution to the progress of celebrancy.

You will see that my rather wide range of occupations has required a high level of planning, presentation and professionalism on my part – all of which help me deliver the perfect service for your special occasion. I am also a member of the following professional organisations:

  • The International Colleges of Celebrancy Association (ICCA) 
  • The Australian Federation of Civil Celebrants (AFCC)

I enjoy my work as a Gold Coast celebrant, as it involves getting to know my clients really well. This allows me to get a sense of who people are.

Gold Coast Celebrant Robert Moore with Saburo and Yumi at the Sanctuary Cove Wedding

“Saburo and I just would like to express our appreciation for your celebrant service on our wedding day the other day. It was a beautiful ceremony – all went smooth thanks to you.  We had a wonderful time. Thank you, Saburo and Yumi”

And it’s the best way to ensure that the ceremony we all take part in on your day is the one that you truly want. Your dream ceremony, in other words.

I have met all kinds of people from many different walks of life. It continues to be a great pleasure to bring all these life experiences together – along with a genuine joy in communicating. And to be able to offer a truly unique level of service in the delivery of ceremonies to celebrate those special moments.

My philosophy of celebrancy can be summed up in this short phrase . . .

Not just personalised, but personal

 

Please feel free to contact me…

…about your wedding or other ceremony to mark a special life event, such as:

Renewal of Vows
Naming Ceremonies
Christenings
Funerals and Celebrations of Life