Q: What does "Officiant" mean?
A: Someone who is legally authorized to preside over/perform a couple's wedding ceremony.



Q: What kind of Officiants am I?
A:  Modern nondenominational minister/civil officiants.  "Officiants" are known and called by many different names: wedding officiant, wedding minister, wedding officiator, marriage officiator, marriage minister, marriage officiant, marriage official, wedding clergy, marriage clergy, wedding celebrant, celebrant, wedding officiate, justice of the peace, JP, civil officiant and reverend. We are legally ordained through the Universal Life Church.



Q: What is the Universal Life Church?
A: The Universal Life Church & ULC Seminary, Inc., is a non-denominational church that believes that we are all spirits in bodies, seeking and discovering our own personal truth in our own unique way.
For many of us, that truth is found through Jesus Christ, Buddha or The Divine,  while still others find their truth through examining life and the experiences we all have. All of these paths and more are welcomed and explored. We value all the viewpoints of our ministers and congregation, however varied and controversial they might be.

We believe in religious freedom, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others and is within the law.We welcome any who seek truth, wisdom and tolerance.


Q: What types of ceremonies do we offer?
A: We serve virtually every type of couple from purely civil to religious and everything in between including nondenominational, interfaith, commitment and multicultural.

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