The Coalition of Celebrant Associations is an “association of associations”. CoCA listens to all Commonwealth marriage celebrants and independent civil celebrants.
Time to reflect
75% of all marriages in Australia are conducted by civil celebrants Are you continuing or considering your options?
YES, it's worth the joy of being part of someone's most special day YES, it's worth helping my community in any way we can YES, it's the most interesting and challenging thing we can do YES, we pay registration, membership fees, insurances etc YES, there are fewer weddings per celebrant overall
But the satisfaction of a job well done outweighs all the negatives
Remember to pay your registration before the Charge Date.
Failure to pay means automatic de-registration, and no grounds of appeal for non-payment!
What are your comments?
Independent celebrants are invited to offer their interpretation of the survey data in the CoCA Feedback section.
Considering joining a celebrant group?
CoCA associations have a lot to offer, especially with their membership, insurance and copyright packages.
The Coalition of Celebrant Associations (CoCA) Inc is the peak body for celebrants in Australia. CoCA is an association of celebrant associations spanning the nation. One of CoCA's key roles is to represent Commonwealth marriage celebrants concerns, needs and suggestions to the Attorney-General and the Attorney-General's Department and through our Protocol with the Department to provide advice on the development, implementation and review of the Commonwealth Marriage Celebrant Program.
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