Terry Anderson

Terry Anderson

"I enjoy the connection I feel with each couple and that connection is the guiding force  that helps me create a ceremony that is true reflection of the couple's love and life together."

Terry has had a life long love affair with both nature and rituals. She believes that ceremonies help us honor and give meaning to some of the biggest transitions in life with a true sense of celebration.  Terry is also a spiritual coach, certified in Spiritual Direction from the Spirations Institute of Interspiritual Formation.  For more information  Click below:

Terry is a graduate of the College of St. Benedict with a degree of Psychology. She enjoys her time spent with couples with the premarital counseling.

 Kayaking is one of my favorite things to do. Being on the water brings me great peace.  I feel connected to the earth, to myself and to great mystery of life.

Kayaking is one of my favorite things to do. Being on the water brings me great peace.  I feel connected to the earth, to myself and to great mystery of life.

 There is no place I would rather be than at my tiny cabin in the woods on a lake.

There is no place I would rather be than at my tiny cabin in the woods on a lake.

 Happily waiting for the bride & groom to start the wedding. 

Happily waiting for the bride & groom to start the wedding. 

 Tricia Andrews

Tricia Andrews

I love having this small part in planning a wedding ceremony.  It is a collaborative and creative process, and such a privilege to work with a couple to make their big day truly special and meaningful.  And even fun!

 Tricia  grew up on the Iron Range, and has lived in Bemidji since 1990. After working for Girl Scouts for 21 years Tricia became executive director at Headwaters School of Music and the Arts in April 2016.  She is a member of Headwaters Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and says that "the support and encouragement I've gotten through this 'liberal religious light in Minnesota's Northwoods'  has given me the confidence and courage to explore new endeavors. - like Chickadee Ceremonies!"

 

While Tricia would love to tell  you about her three adult children, two grandsons and a little granddaughter, it is Wyatt the beagle whose photo is close at hand.  They are listening to Green Cheese on a Saturday night in Cloverdale.  Life is good.