Hey everyone! I was just ordained yesterday, and am currently attending college at the University of South Carolina. I saw this in South Carolina's laws on marriage: SECTION 20-1-20. Persons who may perform marriage ceremony. Only ministers of the Gospel, Jewish rabbis, officers authorized to administer oaths in this State, and the chief or spiritual leader of a Native American Indian entity recognized by the South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs pursuant to Section 1-31-40 are authorized to administer a marriage ceremony in this State. Does a minister of the ULC fall into this category? Have there ever been any cases against the ULC in SC, and have any of you ever performed a marriage here? Thank you for your time.