Payments & Services

Thank you for your interest in my website and my work! Your support allows me to support myself and my beautiful family doing what I love.

For photography prices, please contact me directly via email at helencassara@gmail.com. Photography services range from $200-500 depending on your needs and the amount of time required to shoot and edit your photos.

If you would like to use a poem, blessing, or Time for All Ages posted on this site for a worship service or other professional use, the cost is $25 for one-time use. (This fee does not apply to the few pieces also posted here on UUA’s Worship Web, or to pieces shared directly by me with LREDA and/or UUMA colleagues.)


I accept payments for services and support for my work three ways –
PayPal – helencassara@gmail.com
Venmo – @HP_Rivers
Cash App – $HPRivers

I sometimes accept checks by mail on a case-by-case basis

I also offer custom worship and religious exploration materials starting at $75, and am available for virtual pulpit supply, rituals, and worship services. I am available for in-person pulpit supply etc. within 3 hours of Atlanta, GA. Sample sermons and worship services can be found here.

If you would like to discuss scheduling an in-person or virtual ritual or worship service with me, please contact me at helencassara@gmail.com so I can learn about your needs and expectations and provide you with a detailed quote.

I am always happy to send invoices and/or receipts to help streamline bookkeeping.


A 50% deposit on worship services, events, and custom pieces is required upon booking.

As a member of the Unitarian Universalist Minister’s Association, I am held in covenant with my fellow members to abide by the Association’s compensation guidelines, including the UUMA’s Scale of Fees for Professional Services. This scale reflects the fair-market value of my labor and should be followed whenever possible. If these rates are not financially feasible for your congregation or group, please reach out to discuss options. BIPOC and Queer colleagues are especially encouraged to reach out regarding sliding scale rates.

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