Reverend Grossman works with people from all backgrounds and belief systems to commemorate the milestones that mark the most important moments of our lives. From sharing in the joy of weddings, baby naming ceremonies, vow renewals, and home blessings, to bringing a sense of peace and compassion to funerals, unveilings and memorial services, Reverend Grossman works collaboratively to incorporate meaningful spiritual or religious elements that reflect your beliefs and values. Every ceremony is uniquely tailored to your intentions, and designed to make even more memorable the moments you'll never forget.
Though Ann practiced medicine as a physician assistant for 20 years, it was her last decade of work in palliative care that profoundly influenced her decision to become certified as a chaplain. She completed four units of clinical pastoral education at the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a fifth subspecialty unit in hospice and palliative care at Capital Health System, Hopewell Campus. In 2015, she received board certification from the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy.
"Each person expresses their spirituality as part of their humanity. This expression can be seen in religious practice, in communion with nature, in the arts and music -- even in the simple, everyday gestures of daily living, like preparing a meal. I create an intimate translation of that spirituality within every ceremony, making each encounter unique, meaningful, and deeply personal."