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I am an experienced Pastor and Wedding Minister. I am available for Christian Wedding Ceremonies in Livonia and the Detroit Metro area. I am available for your simple wedding, church wedding, backyard wedding, formal wedding, and everything in-between. If you're looking for an experienced Pastor and Wedding Minister in Livonia, Westland, Farmington Hills, Detroit, and the surrounding area, let me know. 

Please contact me (@pilgrimpastor77@gmail.com) to see if I'm available for your special day! If so, can email you the  Wedding Ceremony Guide (or download it here) then we'll discuss the details. 

Blessings!

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