Do Weddings, Marriages, It's Easy!
What we (The WCM) provides:
We give you the legal authority to do marriage ceremonies by providing you with Simple Christian Ordination. You can be ordained almost immediately and begin doing weddings throughout the USA, and in other countries that have religious freedom laws. World Christianship Ministries has ordained over 250,000 people in the past 37 years and a large percentage of those people are doing legal wedding ceremonies in every state of the USA and in many other countries.
Why should I be ordained by World Christianship Ministries to do weddings?
WCM has more "hands on" experience doing weddings than any other ordaining site on the internet. The Administrator of World Christianship has done over 2,500 wedding ceremonies himself and the Administrative Assistant of World Christianship Ministries has done over 2,000 marriage ceremonies. As such, if you are ordained by us, you can can get valuable advice from us that comes from extensive wedding experience, should you need it.
Does World Christianship offer information on how to do wedding ceremonies.
Yes, aside from personal advice from us, the Administrator of WCM has written a "straight to the point" Marriage Ministers Handbook for doing wedding ceremonies based on the 2,500+ ceremonies he did in homes, gardens, parks, mountains, beaches, businesses, chapels, small churches, and many other locations. It covers all aspects of doing wedding ceremonies, and if it does not answer all your question, you can just give us a call at (559) 297-4271. We are always happy to answer your questions. WCM is the only internet website offering ordination that actually has extensive experience ourselves in performing wedding ceremonies.
What type of weddings ceremonies are there?
There are 3 types of wedding ceremonies and all three are easy for you to do. They are:1. The Simple Ceremony where the couple basically just wants to be pronounced as husband and wife. (These type of ceremonies are very common)
2. The Informal Ceremony where the couple wishes to have their wedding at a home, garden, park, or other informal location. (These ceremonies are also very common)
3. The Formal Ceremony where the couple wishes to have a more formal setting in a church or hall, etc. (These ceremonies are not that common)