Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations--A Practical Guide for Couples
On Sale: December 31, 2002
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So you're getting married! The wedding is the most
gloriously celebrated of life's rites of passage. Today
couples of all faiths, colors, and cultures are choosing an
interfaith ceremony for its spiritually inclusive and
personal approach. It is a way of rejoicing in our
differences and celebrating our commonality in an atmosphere
of mutual love and respect.
If yours is an interfaith, intercultural, or interracial
union, then you have already embraced a love that knows no
boundaries. What could be more beautiful? But now that it's
time to make a public statement to the world, you may
suddenly be filled with questions:
* How do we make sure that our ceremony is a reflection
of our love and our relationship?
* How do we remain true to ourselves and still make our
* How can we create a wedding ceremony that merges our
religious, spiritual, cultural, and personal beliefs? Can we
do this without offending or alienating anyone?
* Who will officiate at our ceremony?
* When and where will the ceremony take place? Which
rituals will we include?
Joining Hands and Hearts will help you answer all of these
questions and more, with a detailed questionnaire to help
you learn more about yourselves and each other, practical
guides to structuring an interfaith wedding ceremony, tender
counsel on how to work with your families, and the most
complete manual of religious, cultural, and universal
rituals, prayers, vows, and blessings available. In warm,
inclusive language, Reverend Susanna Macomb guides you
through the most sensitive of issues with love and
encouragement. She offers the stories and ceremonies of
other couples to inspire you. You are not alone!
Interfaith, intercultural, and interracial couples bring
healing and hope for all of us. You are the future, and
Joining Hands and Hearts can help you celebrate your union
with all of the love, grace, and magic it deserves.
News and Notes - July 30, 2007
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