(Closed) How do you book a JOP?

posted 7 years ago in Pittsburgh
Post # 3
66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I’m recommending Rev. William Podobinski in Pittsburgh. Although he is a former priest, and now a reverend (he’s married) he has so many options for your ceremony and he allows you to go through and pick out what YOU want said. He’ll give you an outline and options for each section, then you go through and say what you like or dislike, or what you want reworded. This way you aren’t pushed to have the religious aspect in your ceremony. Just a suggestion though. Best of luck!

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