A Non-Denominational Ceremony
Long Beach, CA

A Non-Denominational Ceremony

Long Beach, CA 90807
A Non-Denominational Ceremony, Long Beach — Ordained non-denominational officiant for wedding, re-marriage, commitment, GLBT, vow renewal, new baby, welcoming / adoption, coming of age, step-family tribute, new dwelling / home / business, birthday, graduation, tribute, job transition, memorial, funeral / end of life, divorce, special achievement, pet / companion animal, civic or corporate event, any other secular or spiritual event. Celebrant USA certified. SERVING NORTH ORANGE COUNTY, SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY, LOS ANGELES, LONG BEACH, SAN GABRIEL VALLEY, AND BEYOND.
Long Beach, CA 90807
Custom-written ceremonies to reflect YOUR personality, beliefs, needs and lifestyle. ALL philosophies, traditions, and beliefs honored. Civic, private and public events: Wedding, funeral, adoption, deployment, divorce, graduation, birth, new home, retirement, etc.
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