New Path Ceremonies -- Brevard County Florida - Vero Beach
Vero Beach, FL

New Path Ceremonies -- Brevard County Florida - Vero Beach

Vero Beach, FL 32960
New Path Ceremonies -- Brevard County Florida - Vero Beach, Vero Beach — Reverend John Bennett
Vero Beach, FL 32960
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Reverend Bennett is a non-denominational, interfaith minister specializing in personalized wedding, vow renewal, commitment, and bereavement services. Regardless of your religious beliefs or church affiliation, he will work with you to design a personalized ceremony that expresses your personal spiritual path. Reverend Bennett honors and respects all beliefs and traditions -- religious, spiritual or secular.
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