This outline covers each of the typical elements of a Christian wedding ceremony

This outline covers each of the typical elements of a Christian wedding ceremony

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Unformatted text preview: This outline covers each of the typical elements of a Christian wedding ceremony . It is designed as a guide for planning and understanding each aspect of your Christian wedding. I've tried to include every possible element in a Christian ceremony, however, not all of these must be incorporated into your service, nor do they have to occur in this order. You may choose to add your own personal touches that give special meaning to your commitment as a couple. Your Christian wedding ceremony can be personally designed, but it should also be an expression of worship, reflecting joy, celebration, community, respect, dignity and love. The Bible gives no specific pattern or order of service to define exactly what should be included, so there is room for your creativity. A primary goal should be to give each guest a clear impression that you, as a couple, have made a solemn, eternal covenant with each other before God. Your Christian wedding ceremony should be a testimony of your lives before God, demonstrating your Christian witness. Pre-Wedding Ceremony Events • Wedding Party Pictures This should begin at least 90 minutes prior to the start of the wedding and be finished at least 45 minutes before...
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course US101, COM us101 taught by Professor Rockyriviera,alcycia,christiansyphus during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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This outline covers each of the typical elements of a Christian wedding ceremony

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