And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Cor 13:13

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When meeting with couples to discuss ceremonies, these are the questions I will typically ask in order to gain a sense of what type of ceremony we will build together.

  • When, where and how did you meet?
  • Religious/spiritual beliefs (if any) and will they be included in the ceremony?
  • Will you be writing your own vows?
  • Any special ceremonies/rituals you wish to be included? (sand, unity candle, etc.)
  • Do you have any children and if so, will they be included in the ceremony?
  • Will there be any readings given by family or friends?
  • What is your ideal wedding ceremony?
  • How many guests and wedding party members are there?
  • Will you require me to attend the rehearsal?
  • Will I be traveling more than 25 miles to the wedding site? 


Many couples I work with describe themselves as "Spiritual, but not religious." Some couples do not practice any faith path, but want a ceremony that is warm, romantic, meaningful, and focuses on their love for each other as partners in life.

As an Interfaith Minister, I honor all faiths, and respect your personal beliefs. Whether your ceremony is civil, spiritual, secular, traditional, non-denominational, modern, romantic, serious, or silly, it’s your ceremony and your day, I will listen closely and honor your requests.

As your wedding officiant, I am here to answer your questions, provide creative as well as traditional ceremony ideas, and support you on your wedding day. I will customize your wedding script exactly to your liking. I assure you that the most important part of the day, your ceremony, will be wonderful!

Your love has brought you to this day—I am honored to be in your presence and share this journey with you.