Child in Ceremony
02 Nov 2016

Child in Ceremony

We are gathered here, in the presence of these witnesses, to join together this couple in matrimony.  It is not to be entered into unadvisedly but discreetly, sincerely and in dedication of life.

Let us pray:

Oh Lord, bless                   and                    today as they join together to become a family. Though we as friends and family are not able to give them all of our knowledge, we can impart upon them hope for the future, love, strength and wisdom for what time and life brings to all of us.

Vows: repeat after me

I,             Name/ take you,               Name to be my wedded husband/wife/ partner/to have and to hold from this day forward/, for better , for worse/, for richer for poorer,/ in sickness and in health,/ to love and to cherish/, as long as life shall last, /I pledge my fidelity and love to you. (repeat after me)

We have come together here in celebration of the joining together of                        and                     .

Love has been with humanity since our beginning, it will be with us for uncountable generations of the future, and it unites                                         and                           right now.

However, this ceremony also includes Child’s name                                  ,                       ’s or

                ’s son or daughter.  Child’s name                                   will you please join us?

Child’s name, your father/mother who will now be your step mother and your father’s wife want to take this opportunity to include you in this ceremony and help you to understand that you are now a family.  They have a token to give you to symbolize their love for you and the love they have for each other.  (Give the child the token)

                      ,                           , and Child’s name are now a family. May the light of their love become a beacon by which they may always find one another.ring-patrol


Now I ask you, will this family have your love and support? (I will ask the audience) Say “I will!”


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