Wedding Officiant

Wedding Officiant

5.0
1 employee
20 years in business

About this pro

First of all, congratulations on the decision to marry. Indeed, marriage is a union of two individuals for happiness and harmonious living.

 I have been officiating weddings, both secular and interfaith, for a full decade. I have worked with couples from Atheists, Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Jain, Jewish, Sikh, Muslims, Zoroastrians, and other traditions.  When you fall in love with each other, the ultimate destiny of your relationship is Marriage. Indeed, it is the most critical milestone in your relationship, and indeed, it is a significant event of your life. It must be celebrated by all who care for you.  

The proceedings (Motivational talk/Sermons for religious) is designed with your input. From the moment you step on the stage to taking vows and accepting each other as your legally wedded spouse to the public announcement and generic or religious prayers (wishes) based on your preference.

Marriage is indeed an expression of a commitment to a relationship. You two are taking a bold step to become one regardless of your origins, faiths, races, and ethnicities must be applauded. When you commit to each other, all hurdles seem merely the steps to cross towards the destiny of living a happier life. 

IN Secular weddings, we focus on two individuals desiring to bind their love with a relationship.

I will be happy to officiate a secular wedding or an interfaith wedding with a sprinkle of both the traditions of the Bride and the Groom. Of course, the entire proceedings will be made with your input, and you can correct up until three days before Marriage.

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My personal mission in life is to open people's hearts, minds and souls to live in harmony with each other, and my organization, the Center for Pluralism is dedicated to building cohesive societies, where every human feels secure about his/her uniqueness including race, ethnicity, culture, faith and other uniqueness. 

Given that the joy people feel about celebrating their relationship, especially when the officiant includes the values of both the participant in the ceremony. It is a sense of fulfillment that the couple feels, that give me joy.

I am happy to be a unifier of two souls. 

More about me at https://CenterforPluralism.com and https://TheGhousediary.com  

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Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, DC 20032
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

1. An initial interview

2. Details of the wedding

3. Agreement with a 50% deposit

4. Participate in the Rehearsal 

5. Ceremony 



What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Founder of the Center for Pluralism and Interfaith Marriages, extensive lectures and write up and TV and Radio presence

www.CenterforPluralism.com 
www.InterfaithMarriages.org