Q: How long is your ceremony?
A: Usually about 20-25 minutes.
Q: Are you ordained?
A: Yes, I am an ordained minister (since 1982) and have
fifteen years of pastoral experience.
Q: How flexible are you on the flow of the ceremony?
A: I believe that a wedding should represent the personality
and views of the couple.
Q: Will you do our wedding if one or both of
us has been divorced?
A: Yes. I have personally experienced the pain of divorce,
but God has given me a second chance by allowing me
to love and marry an awesome woman, Michelle.
Q: Do you require counseling?
A: No, but I do recommend couples seek counseling on
their own if possible. It can only help strengthen the
Q: Will you marry people of different faiths?
A: I like to evaluate each couple and situation on their
own unique merit.
Q: Is there any couple you wouldn't marry?
A: I am very open minded. I have done Catholic/Protestant,
Buddhist/Muslim, Jewish/Orthodox, etc. and many other
interesting variations. There is one combination that
I try to avoid: the dreaded and infamous MSU/UM union!
With few exceptions, light (MSU) and darkness (UM) do
not mix well! Yes, I am an AVID MSU fan and enjoy agitating
the Maize and Blue faithful!! It is one of my unique
callings in life.
Q: How many weddings have you done?
A: Over 300 as of January 2005.
Q: Where have you done weddings?
A: I have done many ceremonies at Mill Race Village
in Northville, Greenmead Historical Park in Livonia
and Mary Martha Chapel in Greenfield Village. I can
officiate weddings wherever the couple chooses.