Get Ordained To Perform Marriage Ceremonies!

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Fast, simple and legal authorization to perform wedding ceremonies for friends and family.

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You’ve been asked to perform a wedding ceremony for your friends or family members? Congratulations — you’ve come to the right place to get ordained!

So what do you do next? That’s simple! There are three fast, easy steps you will need to follow. The First Nation Ordination Support Team will walk you through them so that everything goes as it should, meaning that you’ll be ordained and authorized as a Marriage Officiant to legally perform the wedding ceremony on the big day.

You might have questions, such as:

How much does it cost to become ordained?

Ordination is free! There is a small charge for documents, but only if you need them. (And in most, cases you won’t need them!)

How long does it take to become ordained?

At the very most, just a few minutes!

How do I get started?

That’s the easiest question of them all — you can click here or on the big button below.

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Need Some Great Advice?

If you’ve never served as a Marriage Officiant before, take a moment to read these important articles: