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Sidney Batts encourages ministers to work with engaged couples to create unique, individual services that will be meaningful to the pair on their wedding day. The couple is able to give a personal touch to their ceremony by having many options from which to choose. The end result of the minister's and couple's efforts is a service that retains what is best of traditional form and language, but does not include unnecessarily archaic or sexist terms.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 1993
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Dan Griffiths5 Stars Out Of 5April 9, 2001Dan GriffithsA very excellent resource! I have been using this for years, the couuples that have chosen aspects of the different sections of the wedding service. It allows the couple to have a Christian Wedding Service that speaks to them.