Nadia Stefko and I got married in her hometown, at an Episcopal church we had no particular connection to. “You are free to personalize the service in a number of ways,” the rector explained in our first conversation. “But we do require that you include at least one reading from the Bible.”
Nadia smiled. “How about three of them, plus a psalm? We’ve already narrowed it down to five or six choices.”
B. J. Hutto on truth telling about Christian weddings, Steve Thorngate on the very churchy wedding, Katherine Willis Pershey on a parishioner who got "ordained," Celeste Kennel-Shank on interfaith weddings.