Ok, so that is the way it happens most of the time, but what if you have your heart set on your church but really want someone different to perform your marriage.
How about the minister that just retired and was your minister growing up. A great choice and most houses of worship are very open to this. What if a member of your family is also a clergy member. Depending on the policies at your house of worship, this can be a very meaningful choice.
What if you are not getting married in a house of worship? Well the choices open up. Anyone who is authorized to legally marry you in your state can perform the ceremony. Omaha has several judges as well as a few independent clergy who perform marriages in other locations. Also, your current or retired clergy member may be open to marrying you outside of the house of worship. Most have established policies on this, so just ask if this is what you want.
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