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Coming of Age Ceremony

Be Ceremonial’s unique platform helps you create a Coming of Age ceremony by choosing from our library of curated rituals to acknowledge your unique experience.

What is a Coming of Age Ceremony?

A coming of age ceremony is a way to support, honour, and celebrate a child who is stepping into adolescence. This ceremony can symbolize the transition from childhood to adulthood, acknowledging an individual’s growth, maturity, and increased responsibilities.

These ceremonies incorporate elements of personal and universal symbols and traditions. Typically, friends and family come together to celebrate the individual or a group of kids, reinforcing a sense of belonging and community support.

What is a coming of age ceremony?
The importance of a coming of age ceremony

Why is it Important?

These ceremonies provide an opportunity for the individual to explore and express their developing identity. They may choose themes, activities, or aspects of the celebration that reflect their interests, values, and aspirations.

A coming of age ceremony can provide a moment for social recognition of the individual’s new status and a chance for loved ones to show support and encouragement.

How do I create a Coming of Age ceremony?

However you choose to acknowledge this time of transition, our app will guide you through the process. You can choose to create a ceremony on your own, with a friend, or as a group. You can even gift this experience to someone you care for.

With hundreds of universal rituals to choose from, our app offers something for everyone. Simply follow our ritual framework to create a ceremony unique to you.

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