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New minister , looking to start a fellowship meeting weekly
« on: Sun Jul 12, 2015 - 09:22:26 »
 ::preachit:: i am a new Minister out of Philadelphia, well actually i should say an ordained minister . i am wondering exactly what i am allow to perform other than weddings and baptisms. i would like to hold a small fellowship meeting . but havent the slightest idea on where to begin . if anyone could give me some help on this matter i would truely appreciate it ...

any websites you can list with good lessons to go off , or where to start, i could use all the help i can get.

thank you and God Bless you all  ::amen!::

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New minister , looking to start a fellowship meeting weekly
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Re: New minister , looking to start a fellowship meeting weekly
« Reply #1 on: Sun Jul 12, 2015 - 09:27:11 »
::preachit:: i am a new Minister out of Philadelphia, well actually i should say an ordained minister . i am wondering exactly what i am allow to perform other than weddings and baptisms. i would like to hold a small fellowship meeting . but havent the slightest idea on where to begin . if anyone could give me some help on this matter i would truely appreciate it ...

any websites you can list with good lessons to go off , or where to start, i could use all the help i can get.

thank you and God Bless you all  ::amen!::


Are you ordained by God or by men's religious institution?

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Re: New minister , looking to start a fellowship meeting weekly
« Reply #2 on: Sun Jul 12, 2015 - 10:43:38 »
THESE are very odd questions for someone who's ordained in the faith, should have attended seminary, and is part of a denominational structure  .


Unless you were "ordained" by some certificate mill like universal life church.


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 ::preachit:: i am a new Minister out of Philadelphia, well actually i should say an ordained minister . i am wondering exactly what i am allow to perform other than weddings and baptisms. i would like to hold a small fellowship meeting . but havent the slightest idea on where to begin . if anyone could give me some help on this matter i would truely appreciate it ...

any websites you can list with good lessons to go off , or where to start, i could use all the help i can get.

thank you and God Bless you all  ::amen!::