Rev. Lockwood

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  1. I would also like to know what the ULC Church is doing to help us in PA. I heard that PA does not recognise our Ordination at all with the exception of Bucks County.
  2. Thank you Rev. Al, Since I posted, I contacted "Paula" the Mercer County Clerk whom I know Personally, since I am retired from the Mercer County Sheriffs Office. She stated that a Ordained Minister of the ULC is indeed authorized to officiate in New Jersey. I mentioned that the couple both live in Mercer County but will married in Burlington County. She assured me that it would be fine. And in fact she herself has performed a few weddings in Burlington County. I also spoke with the Township Clerk in Chesterfield Township where the ceremony will be held. She also informed me that everything was good to go and I can perform the wedding for my niece. Thank you again for your time. God Bless, Rev. Tim
  3. Hello Everyone, I know this question has been asked a million times but here it is again. I have been ordained by the ULC since 2001. My neice asked me if I would perform the marriage for her. I have no problem doing the service, but I want to be 100% sure that it is legal. I checked the NJ state laws which seems to show that I can. I contacted the County clerk Burlington County. She was NO help at all. She just refired me to the state. The state informed me that any one that is ordained can ...

  4. Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy our little family of friends here!

    Blessings of Peace,

    Reverend Al

  5. Hello Everyone, I was wondering if anyone has performed a marriage in NJ. My niece would like me to officiate at her wedding. I contacted the County Clerks Office (Mercer County) and the Township Clerk ( Hamilton Township)and no one can give a straight answer. Just a matter of house keeping, if it matters. My niece lives in Hamilton Twp. and the wedding will be in Burlington County. Who do I need to contact, Mercer or Burlington, or both. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Thanks and God Bless, Tim