A baptism, a funeral, a memorial, a wedding, a commitment ceremony, premarital counselling, family counselling...all are spiritual needs you may have. And of course, you're reading this because you have these needs.
I'm Reverend Carl Johnson, an Inter Faith minister performing sacraments, services, weddings, ceremonies, commitments, vow renewals, and providing other spiritual and religious services in North Carolina. Although I am based near Raleigh, I perform services from the Triangle to the Coast.
Whether you seek a traditional wedding service, or one uniquely written and performed for and by you, together we can make that happen. Whether a large service or just a small wedding, either in a church, in the majesty of the NC outdoors or at your favorite restaurant, I'll make sure that your ceremony exceeds your expectations.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the following email address:
Reverend.CarlJohnson@gmail.com or call/text me at (919) 320-7428 during normal hours.
Some "toll free, web based officiant referrals" are, in fact, not located in NC, but are actually agencies that seek a fee from the couple, up front, and then they attempt to locate an officiant in your area. The fees you pay to them are usually what most local officiants charge. Yet, the online companies offer about the officiant half of what they charge you. If you actually do find an officiant from these agencies, you can bet the bank that you're going to find someone there to sign a piece of paper and be gone, not to help you with a ceremony. I am not a member of, nor affiliated in any way with any of these agencies.
When you call or e-mail, do perform your due diligence and obtain proof that the person with whom you speaking is either part of a referral group, or actually an Officiant actually residing in NC.
Be sure you know who's who, and exactly with whom you are dealing.
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