Rev. P rey.

So a friend of mine is going to Paris with her bf in January. I warned her not to pull a Lorelai and get married cause I would pull a Rory on her and be all pissy. Not because she’s my mother or anything, but because I would seriously be offended that I wasn’t their minister for the wedding.

As some of you know, I’m an ordained minister (oh what boredom and the internet can lead a college senior to do).

Here’s the proof..
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From: “Brother Kevin”
To: “Rev. P REY”
Subject: Welcome to the Ministry (confirmation of your ordination)
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 17:39:26

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This is to confirm that

D ANA  P REY
BRYN MAWR PA 19010

has been ordained as a minister of the Universal Life Church, Modesto, California.

Date of Ordination: 1/6/2003

by Kevin Andrews, Pastor
http://www.ulc.net
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Dear Rev. P REY,

Your request for ordination has been processed, and you are now an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church in Modesto, California! Please record the above date of ordination for your records, as you may need this information in the future to fill out the various forms of the clergy.

Ordination is for life, without price, and without question of your specific beliefs. You do NOT need to pay any tithe, donation, or offering of any kind, now or in the future.

Ordinations are individually reviewed and forwarded to Universal Life Church International Headquarters in Modesto, California, where it will be recorded in the permanent church records.

As a minister, you are authorized by the church to perform the rites and ceremonies of the church (except circumcision), including weddings, funerals, baptisms and blessings, subject to the laws of your country, state, or locality. Prior to conducting any civil ceremony (such as marriages), you should know and comply with the laws pertaining to your area of jurisdiction.

You are entitled to all privileges and courtesies normally offered to members of the clergy.

Your commitment is to always do the right thing. It is your responsibility to peacefully and sincerely determine the right course of action, and to avoid infringing on the rights of others. You alone are responsible for your actions as a minister.

Best wishes in your ministry!

With warm regards,

Kevin Andrews, Senior Pastor
Universal Life Church Online
http://www.ulc.net

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