I'm preforming my first wedding on sat. January 18 2020 to a friend and on April 20 2020 another friend has asked me to officiate there wedding also I've been ordained since Jun 2019 just getting requests here in central Maine
Steven Corson's review of Open Ministry 01/11/2020, 06:05 PM
I love this createndial
Joseph Kipkorir Ngeno's review of Open Ministry 01/05/2020, 03:15 AM
Hello Friends, I'm Ordained to Perform Minister Duties and Chaplain serviced.
Non-Denominational Services! Feel free to contact me @ email@example.com and Facebook! I'm in the Cincinnati Ohio Area!
Jerald Fales 's review of Open Ministry 12/05/2019, 09:58 AM
Hello, I want to ask if these certificates are valid in English
Lukas Horvath's review of Open Ministry 11/14/2019, 09:48 PM
I've been ordained for almost 1 year and I'm really happy for everything. Next year when my granddaughter gets married, she wants me to perform the ceremony. Also her mom wants me to perform her ceremony a well. Thank you Open Ministries for having this service.
Reverend Mary Taylor's review of Open Ministry 11/04/2019, 11:22 AM
I am very grateful
Raymond Hartman's review of Open Ministry 09/20/2019, 02:27 PM
If I order priority mail to Oklahoma about how quickly would it arrive? I'm hoping to officiate a wedding October 5th and I am very interested in getting on board here. I love some of the reviews I've seen on here and this ministry looks to have blessed so many people in several ways. I would be so honored to be apart of seeing God bless people firsthand with the help of this ministry.
Stephanie Dougherty's review of Open Ministry 09/11/2019, 10:41 PM
I am minister James Kelly. I became ordained through Open Ministries. I live in the state of Florida. Florida recognizes my credentials from open ministry. I have full ministers rights. Thank God and Thank you Open Ministries
James Kelly's review of Open Ministry 09/04/2019, 02:27 PM
I'm Loving It!!
I was ordained in 2018, and I am loving what I do as a Minister. The Father YAHAWAH has been so wonderful to me. I am a Qahal (Assembly) Leader, and I don't have a Church. I and others gather together anywhere because we are the 'Church' and don't need 'walls' surrounding us all the time. even though I have been an Ordained Minister of the Word for Women for many years, I decided to have a document for the people of the world to see. The best part about being a Minister (Qahal Leader), is that I don't have to tell anyone what I am or who I am. The notice it by my character, then they ask me, "Are you a Pastor or something?" I go out and pass out Tracts to people, and I enjoy the freedom to express my faith and the Father Yah's Word through the teachings of HIS 'Set-Apart' (holy) Son, YAHAWASHI. Dealing with life and love in the Father is a great JOY in itself. I leave everything in the Father's control, and I am very thankful, humbled and grateful to serve HIM. I also express my sincere thanks to you, Open Ministry, for blessing me with the Ordination.
I give it all two thumbs up!
Yolanda Brown- McHoward's review of Open Ministry 08/07/2019, 06:27 PM
If you are ordained on here can you still do weddings and preach im a denomination church?
~OPEN MINISTRY REPLY~
We want you to have the information you need to help in your minister endeavors. As a minister with our ministry, you can still do weddings and preach in a denominational church.
Marriage laws vary per state and county, it is important to be familiarized and know the ministerial requirements set forth by your state and local government. States may require official documentation to register with the county clerk or agency that records marriages in the county you want to perform ceremonies. Contact the county clerk or agency that will be issuing the couple’s marriage license for information. See our Marriage Laws for details at: https://www.oministry.com/ordained-marriage-laws.
Open Ministry is registered with the State of California; with the purpose to guide and support the church in its mission, outreach and community services. Our Ministry has the right and privilege to ordain ministers, our ordinations are valid and good for life. Our ministers have the same powers and rights as ordained clergy for religious ceremonies and other sacerdotal rites.
We are pleased to offer you our services; we appreciate your support of Open Ministry. If you have questions after reading our Minister Guide, visit our FAQ section. Please contact us directly if you would like additional information by visiting: https://support.oministry.com.
Grace & Peace,
Devin Flynn's review of Open Ministry 06/25/2019, 06:44 PM