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Ordained Minister / Wedding Officiant. San Joaquin County.

Stockton, CA 95203
(209) 609-6730
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I am an Ordained Minister, available for Weddings, Civil Unions,
Commitment Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows, Baptisms, Memorials, etc.
As your Wedding Officiant, I believe my job is to support you on your
special day and celebrate your love and the joining together of your lives
and families. It's an honor and a privilege to provide this service. The
first step is meeting with you, or speaking on the phone, emailing each
other or any combination of these so that you can determine if I am right
for you.
If so, here is what I offer you:
• Guidance and support throughout process.
• Pre-marital counseling, if you so desire.
• Support to help your ceremony reflect your desires.
• I can provide sample ceremonies that I can then tailor to your needs.
• I can help you create your own vows or we can do a combination of
personal and tailored vows.
I am comfortable performing a simple civil ceremony or a
religious/spiritual ceremony with prayers, candle-lightings, or anything
in-between. Just ask!
I will give you a copy of the wedding ceremony so that you can make any
necessary changes or adjustments.
I can wear a black suit, robe, or casual wear, whatever is appropriate for
your ceremony.
I will make sure the license is properly signed and registered with the
county.
I truly care about performing this service and I come from a space of
honor, acceptance and love.
The most important thing for you to remember is that this is YOUR special
day. YOU will make all of the choices. The ceremony will be YOUR dream and
YOUR memory for life!
Call today for a free telephone consultation.
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