Meet The Chaplains
Our Chaplains Mark Aitchison, Charles Sathmary and Richard Tamas together have 60 years of experience providing wonderful and memorable wedding ceremonies. From civil to religious and non-religious, to contemporary and even themed ceremonies, their attention to detail and ability to customize a special wedding ceremony is what sets them apart from other wedding officiants. They understand that everyone is unique, and they will work to create an original service that reflects each couple. They are dedicated to making your special day the best it can be, and they look forward to meeting you to discuss all the wonderful possibilities, for a memory that will last a lifetime.
Our wedding ceremonies are customized to each specific Bride and Groom request.
Civil Ceremony – A brief but elegant ceremony that includes all the important aspects with no identification of faith.
Non-Religious Ceremony – This ceremony contains everything you would want in a modern romantic ceremony with no mention of faith.
Inter-Faith Ceremony – A contemporary ceremony which may include your cultural traditions and religious beliefs.
Contemporary Ceremony – Contains everything you would want in a modern faith based ceremony which includes specific elements that enhance the ceremony.
Religious Ceremony – This traditional ceremony will please any denomination, which mentions God and Christ throughout and includes all prayers and blessings.
Theme Ceremony – A specific wedding ceremony based on a requested theme, designed to be fun and memorable.
The following three traditions are very popular at the Old Mill Toronto, and for convenience can be provided to you with on-site requests.
Candle Ceremony – Two small candles symbolize you both entering into marriage as individuals and will not lose your identities, but rather create and strengthen your union together.
Sand Wedding Ceremony – You both pour sand into a vase from your separate vases, and the joined vase can not be separated and poured again, so shall your union make you inseparable.
Rose Ceremony – A Single Rose means “I Love You” for your first gift as Husband and wife you exchange the rose you hold.