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Abby & David

 David and I are so very pleased that you presided over our wedding ceremony. Family members told us repeatedly that they were very moved and wondered how we found someone who conveyed so much of the spirit of our particular union in the words of the ceremony. You were a pleasure to work with from the beginning to the moment we bid you farewell. We will always treasure your incomparable contribution to our most unforgettable day on this earth.

Dr. Lili Goodman Freitas

Rev. Lili Goodman FreitasSince 1983, Reverend Lili has officiated weddings as a non-denominational, ordained minister.  She officiates Marriage, Renewal of Vows and Commitment ceremonies throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

Officiating is a work of the heart. Rev. Lili’s experience for over thirty years as an educator, counselor, minister, consultant and inspirational speaker inform her ministry with couples as she supports couples launching into married life.  With grace and love she extends warmth, insight, and humor while conveying the sacredness of the marriage ceremony. 

Lili holds Masters degrees in Social Work and Psychology, and doctorates in Folklore-Folklife and in Spiritual Science.  She has taken special interest in creative ritual, comparative religion and belief systems.  She serves on the faculty of the University of Santa Monica, teaching in the Master’s degree program in Spiritual Psychology and in the Consciousness, Health and Healing Speciailization.

Lili’s personal and professional life is dedicated to supporting others in developing themselves through their expressions of service, creativity life purpose and love. She lives with her husband in Petaluma California where they enjoy renovating their 100 year old home.  In her spare time, she delights in her family, playing the fiddle with the San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers, writing, gardening, and volunteering with Rotary International, Supporting the Rotary Peace Fellows, MSIA, and the Peace Theological Seminary and College of Philosophy.