(Closed) Interfaith ceremony – any ideas?

posted 8 years ago in Interfaith
Post # 3
329 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

You might want to consider a Unitarian Universalist minister. They often incorporate different faith traditions into services and are willing to officiate outside of a church. There are a lot of UU ministers in the Boston area, too. 

Post # 4
66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

My husband and I had 2 of our friends (who are older and we look up to) co-officiate. His Buddhist friend and my Jewish friend.  We didn’t want to choose a stranger to marry us.  One of our friends got a day-license from the state of MA to actually marry us.  This isn’t possible in all states but if your wedding is in Boston, it certainly is 🙂 

Just thought I’d throw the thought out there.

Post # 5
119 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

you should probably have some real conversations about how you want to practice religion after you get married. the family is (of course) very important, but what’s more important is your spirituality as a couple. if you haven’t talked about it yet, you should. even if you think that it isn’t important it may be down the road and you should be open and upfront now. as long as you know what is important to you, you can make the ceremony personalized to your relationship.

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