(redirected from Celebrants)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for celebrant

an officiating priest celebrating the Eucharist

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
If passed, the bill would make Oregon the latest state to recognize secular wedding celebrants.
I believe I am the world's first drag queen celebrant," said Cardiff-born Lee, who is well known on the UK's gay club scene.
In the meantime, I contacted the American Humanist Association (AHA) and spoke with Rachael Berman, who coordinates the registration and applications for AHA's celebrants.
The retired headteacher of St Giles Junior School, in Exhall, has embarked on a career as a humanist celebrant - all so he can officiate over his son's non-religious nuptials next year.
But Sydney marriage celebrant Jan Littlejohn said the trend was catching on saying "I have seen it several times in the last few months"
As demand increases, Scotland's 68 humanist celebrants are busy.
Diane Berke, cofounder of the One Spirit Learning Alliance, prepares celebrants for services that include "baby blessings, funerals and memorial services, gatherings for worship, divorce rituals, rituals for a child going off to college, rituals to bless a new home or business space," and more.
Until the church became the official religion of the empire, the community chose its own celebrant and the imposition of an outsider as principal celebrant of the eucharistic meal was added after the early church became the imperial church.
April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Under a band of multi-colored ribbons and accompanied by live yodeling, fifty graduates received certificates and joined the growing ranks of Celebrants during ceremonies Sunday at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, N.
New Year's Eve celebrants this year who want to eat well and welcome in 2007 with champagne (and possibly entertainment) at a local upscale restaurant better be prepared to spend $90 or more per person on the average.
In the campy wedding-themed "Tying the Scarf," celebrants in traditional attire sing and dance while extoling the virtues of life insurance.
Lorish and her business partner, Diane Dearborn, are civil celebrants - laypersons who help people plan and preside over memorial services and celebrations of lives to honor deceased friends and family members.
Same-sex couples who want to really celebrate in style will be able to turn to one of the growing number of trained celebrants, who officiate at non-religious naming ceremonies and funerals.
Or was the blur effect such that the team celebrants actually thought the well-manicured estate's grounds was a forest suitable for immediate bladder relief?
The congregation of seven celebrants, two cantors, and about 50 attendees gathered around a ten-foot three-bar cross.