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Can a minister from one state marry a couple in another state?

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Answered 2009-08-01 01:20:42

Yes you can. The Universal Life Church Monastery in Seattle, WA is a non-profit Church that has made the process of marrying couples a interfaith religious sacrament, offering ordinations to all ministers who ask. Such Hollywood celebrities as John Lennon, Kathy Griffin and Alanis Morissette have been ordained for this very reason.

Visit www.TheMonastery.org to learn more.

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