Your Wedding Officiant

In my ministry as a Minister and Wedding Officiant, I want to help couples fully appreciate who they are and what marriage means to them. Your wedding ceremony should express what you feel towards one another and your life together as you enter into the wondrous relationship of marriage. I want you to be able to look back upon your ceremony as the foundation for the rest of your lives.

Much of my early adulthood, I was a member of an Assembly of God Church. I was a church elder, Sunday school teacher, and a Sunday School Superintendent. When I graduated from college, I remember people telling me at church that I should become a minister. As I matured in my faith, I and my family decided to leave that church and become members of the First United Methodist Church. I felt very comfortable in that particular church as I explored more what God meant to me, and I felt guided in that pursuit. I realize now that it was this exploration and growth that began preparing me for my ministry as a Wedding Officiant. A few years later, my family and I relocated for career reasons and my career dominated my life for over 16 years.

Then, the spark people saw in me many years before was re-kindled. I made the decision to pursue becoming a minister. I became ordained in 2005 and began creating and performing weddings for people in 2006. Since that time I have conducted literally hundreds of weddings. As a non-denominational minister living in Milton, Wisconsin, I realize more than ever before how important God is in my life and how much I wish to share that with others through my ministry as a Wedding Officiant. I am active member of Faith Community Church in Janesville, WI where I teach marriage classes.

Reverend Arthur M. Hendrick