Your default ordination name corresponds to the name you originally entered into your application for ordination. You may contact us and request a name change if your legal name has changed since the time you were first ordained.
Your default ordination date corresponds to the date you originally completed your application for ordination. You may contact us and request a different date under the following circumstance:
If you were ordained prior to your default ordination date (in-person, under a different name, or via a different system) we may be able to renew your ordination. You will need to contact our support staff for a short interview and will likely be asked to provide proof of your prior ordination, like a scan of your old ordination document. Please keep in mind that we are only able to "renew" your ordination. Any documents you order will display both your proven original ordination date and the "renewal" ordination date on which your information was logged in the Universal Life Church databases.
If this wedding is being performed in NYC there are a few more steps to make it legal.
Is this wedding being performed within the five boroughs of New York City?
Weddings in Nevada require additional information, and legally you will need this package.
The state of Minnesota requires all ministers ordained with the Universal Life Church to provide a Letter of Good Standing with the church.
For your convenience we have added the required notarized letter bearing the live signatures of the authorized church officials that will comply with your local laws.