I can answer questions about what is proper in Lutheran and Episcopal weddings. I can answer questions about the Scripture readings and the use of music in the liturgy. I can answer questions about the Holy Eucharist. I can answer general questions concerning the liturgy and its importance.
I am an ordained Lutheran pastor currently serving in a congregation that has also served (3years) in an Episcopal congregation.
Master's of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, undergraduate degrees in theology and history
Who's Who of American Women (2005)
Have officiated at weddings for the last eight years; have added/subtracted all kinds of elements to make worship personal to the couple.
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