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Wedding Officiant, Counselor, Minister

Hi, I’m Rev. Kimberly Cope. It was at the age of ten that my true calling and eventual vocation was revealed to me. While other kids were dreaming of becoming lawyers and astronauts, I was paying attention to the world around me and writing about it through prose and poetry.

Soon, adults and children alike were seeking me out to share their hopes, dreams, stories, and challenges. Because I endeavored to attend to those with whom I came in contact with both an interested and empathetic ear, it came very naturally for me to serve as the trusted space in which others felt seen, heard, and acknowledged. Since then, I’ve helped people from many walks of life not only to maintain their equilibrium while meeting the dizzying demands that life puts on us all; but, thrive in the midst of it.

My work is based on the philosophy that when our goals and actions are tied to uniquely personal values and beliefs with which we identify, greater levels of happiness and fulfillment are achieved. As a minister, writer, trainer, inspirational speaker and coach, my passion is to help others achieve a life so authentic, awesome, and amazing that they have to pinch themselves when they wake up in the morning!

I currently serve as an multifaith ‘minister without walls’ trained and ordained through One Spirit Learning Alliance.

I received my education through the Coaches Training Institute located in San Rafael, CA, and am a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), and Spiritual Directors International (SDI). I’m certified in Communication: Human Relations through De Anza College in Cupertino, CA. My Premarital and Marital Counseling certification was earned through Prepare-Enrich (one of the world’s leading scientifically-proven relationship inventory and skill-building programs). I am also a certified PRINT coach and Infinite Possibilities Trailblazer.

On a personal note: I reside in beautiful Morgan Hill, CA. I celebrate life by sharing time with my two grown sons, as well as hiking, dancing, cooking, and writing. I serve as Ambassador for the Women’s Networking Alliance Chapter #130 and am a past member of the Board of Trustees for Conscious Living Center in Mountain View, CA. I serve as a spiritual counselor to those in need of compassionate care. My poetry and haiku have been published in Creative Thought Magazine and included in Sacred Heart Community Services donor collateral.

Vendor Profile - Kimberly Cope

Kimberly Cope



I'm a trained and ordained multi-faith Minister, Officiant, and Counselor. I conduct non-religious ceremonies, civil ceremonies, spiritual, same-sex, and faith-based ceremonies throughout the South Bay Area. I welcome and love to work with all kinds of couples. This isn't just a job to me; it's my passion!

Whether you desire an intimate elopement or a large traditional wedding ceremony with many elements, let me help you create the kind of ceremony that will bring your wedding day visions to life. We can also customize your special day with beautiful additions such as a Unity candle lighting, a sand ceremony, wishing stones, handfasting, a flower exchange, the blending of wines or whiskey, and more.

I officiate wedding ceremonies at the venue or location of your choosing and I am often available on short notice. I also perform destination wedding ceremonies upon advance request.


I have a fantastic WIKI that I offer my clients to assist them with writing their personal wedding vows. It will help you create a statement that is authentic to you and your love for your partner while creating a cohesive message between the two of you; length, tone, etc.
Absolutely not. In fact, I suggest you type or write them out and bring them with you to the venue. There are beautiful Vow books available on Amazon and other craft stores for just this purpose. Additionally, I like my couples to send me their vows (either together or separately) so I can incorporate them into the ceremony script for "safekeeping" in case they get lost or forgotten.
Absolutely! I welcome you to invite a friend or family member to do a reading on your behalf. I do request that you send me the verbiage of what they're going to read just in case they get "cold feet".
I typically don't do that. Why? Because most of the people at your wedding already know that story. Let's share new information with them about your love and the two of you as a couple. I do this by having you complete a brief questionnaire that I use to customize your ceremony and make it authentic to you and your love.
I have a lovely group of colleagues that I collaborate with to help cover any unforeseen emergencies, etc. I've never missed or been late to a wedding yet, but it's nice to know they have my (our) back!


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