I would like to start out by thanking you for considering me to officiate your joyous wedding celebration. I am a non-denominational Officiant/Celebrant. I am an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church. What that means for you is that I will perform your ceremony from the heart, not from any affiliation with a particular religion. Does that mean you can’t have a religious ceremony performed by me? Absolutely NOT! That is the beauty of having your ceremony conducted by me. It is YOUR ceremony! Your ceremony will be as unique as you the bride and groom are. And as distinctive as your relationship is. You want your ceremony to reflect who you are as individuals and as a couple. Maybe even as a family. We can customize your ceremony to reveal those ideas. Weddings are a historic event in your lives, it is a day to reflect back on as the commitment of your new life together. For some it is a sacred or spiritual occasion, and for others it is legalizing that which is already known in their hearts. Whatever the case may be for you, I would be honored to share and facilitate your matrimonial union.

There are many reasons you may be looking for an Officiant.

v Maybe you don’t belong to a church or any type of religious organization.

v Or the minister you are familiar with is unavailable on your chosen wedding date or is not able or willing to travel to your event location.

v You wish to have a wedding at a ‘non traditional’ location like a park or restaurant that has a special meaning in your relationship.

v You would like to include your parent(s) or children in the ceremony.

v You want a personal wedding ceremony that represents your beliefs.

v You want a secular or civil ceremony with no reference to religion.

v You would like to incorporate one or a variety of customs or traditions in your ceremony such as the Unity Candle ceremony, the Sand Ceremony, or the many others listed on this website.

v Maybe you would like to write your own vows, or relate a personal story that is significant to your relationship.

v You wish to Elope and share your event privately and confidentially.