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Karen was professional and sweet! She walked us through what the day would look like in person and over the phone and when she arrived on the scene she made our ceremony extremely romantic. My wife and I are not religious and the ceremony still came out spiritual and meaningful! We would highly recommend her to anyone!!!
Rev. James Nash was a wonderful addition to our ceremony. We had a very small ceremony and we wanted it to be a memorable experience. It was. Rev. Nash communicated well before event and followed thru with everything. He has a gentle demeanor and sincere approach. We were very happy.
We hired Carl to marry us and had no idea he was that good ! Carl is very engaged and in control, while everyone is chattering and filled with unorganized excitement, Carl has the ability to bring it all together - first at the wedding rehearsal and then especially at the wedding. Nothing went wrong, everything went right, and I owe a lot to Carl. Awesome minister, 5 stars ! And his wife is a great wedding photographer too !
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I am a non-denominational wedding minister. It is my goal to create a ceremony that works for you and speaks to your beliefs. Every couple is different, and I will put together a ceremony that will be unique and meaningful to you!
I accept nothing less than perfection from myself. I take my work personally and won't put my name on something that is inferior.
I am the nontraditional wedding minister. I am an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church. The landscape of American views on whether they see themselves as "religious" vs. "spiritual" is evolving. A recent article in The Atlantic (Jan. 14, 2014) states that "A fifth of Americans check 'none' on surveys of religious preference. Atheist pundits are quick to claim these gains as their own, but that is not the case -- nearly 70 percent of 'nones' report belief in God or a universal spirit and 37 percent describe themselves as 'spiritual but not religious.' This may or may not be the decline of 'religion,' but it is clearly also the story of the ascent of spirituality." My mission is to fill the gap that occurs between a traditional religious wedding service (usually performed by a minister from your home church or synagogue) and the completely secular service (usually performed by a judge or justice of the peace). Often, my service offerings can be filled simply by requesting a moment of silence for personal prayer or more extensively by combining two traditions (such as Christian and Jewish). Many traditional ministers will not vary their service and a judge is legally not allowed to mention any form of prayer. Although I am able to officiate weddings in all 50 states, my home base is Colorado. I reside in the south metro area of Denver but am willing to travel to suit the occasion. After all, Colorado is (in my humble opinion) one of the most beautiful places to live and vacation in. I will be delighted to work with you in composing an individualized service or fine tuning your ideas. After all, it's all about you!
I will do weddings and premarital counseling. I do not do long drawn-out services. Depending on how much music the bride and groom want to have, my wedding services are usually no longer than 30 minutes or so. I will come to your house or wherever the bride and groom prefer to have the service. My weddings revolve around the sanctity of marriage with Christ being the center of it all.