A marriage is a momentus spiritual event, but the legal act of solemnizing marriage is nothing more than signing a piece of paper; a task that does not necessitate the time, expense, and academia of a traditional seminarial degree.
If you have been asked by people close to you to solemnize their marriage, we believe you have the right to.
If the court discovers it does not have jurisdictional rights to hear the case it will not be accepted or it will eventually be dismissed.
We believe that people of all backgrounds can find community within the simple tenets of our faith.
The AMM ordination is free, requires no special course of study, and takes only a moment.
As a girl of thirteen in what she calls “almost the last frontier country of our West, a last chance to get a homestead in government land,” her story and her manner of telling it—a series of sketches that narrate her separation from her family and discovery of her individuality--belong to a twentieth-century sensibility. That includes her attitude toward the Plains.
She rejects the tourist’s complaint that the region is a monotonous one to be traveled through, at all permissible speed.