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Are you available for my date and time?

How much do you charge?

Will you meet with us before the wedding?

Can you meet with us during the week?





Q: Are you available for my date and time?

Obviously, I have to look at my calendar to answer this one, so please give me a call. If I may though, I'd like to give you some advice: when you're searching for vendors, if you find someone you really like - book with them. No one likes turning away an enthusiastic bride who calls - but if happens. The calendar is always filling up. Don't delay!


Feel free to contact me today, and I can tell you for sure what my status is for your special day.  Pastor Bill (516) 242-3721


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Q: How much do you charge?

The cost depends upon several things - but mostly whether we meet together ahead of time or not. My regular approach is to meet ahead of time with the couple to get acquainted, develop important chemistry, and go over my Ceremony Worksheet in detail when we're face to face. This eliminates the possibility of confusion and creates a different kind of chemistry between us for the ceremony. One bride told me "Everyone was asking if you're a friend of the family." - that's because we had taken the time to establish a nice chemistry - and it showed in the ceremony. The best compliment of all!


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Q: Will you meet with us before the wedding?

My regular approach is to meet with you ahead of time. (See the previous question's answer.)

Sometimes it's not possible to meet ahead of time, or the couple wants to economize and eliminate that step. In such a case, I do all the planning with the couple remotely (by means of email and phone). There are good reasons for doing this, but I don't suggest it as a way to economize. Even so, it's obviously up to you.


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Q: Can you meet with us during the week?

I have a pretty flexible schedule just so I can adjust to your schedule, which is probably a little crazy. I meet with couples on weekday evenings and on weekends all the time. (Weekend appointments are tougher during the busiest wedding season.) Don't worry about this. We can always find a way to meet.


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Clergy on Call ministries was started by Reverend William Britton. Pastor Bill is an ordained minister (clergy) serving as a wedding officiant or wedding minister – helping couples to write their wedding vows and plan their wedding ceremony so that they have “no regrets” on their day of celebration - whether religious ceremonies or civil ceremonies. (Pastor Bill is also available if you’re renewing your marriage vows, or eloping or doing a destination wedding.) Pastor Bill serves couples planning a wedding in the Greater New York area including Long Island (Nassau County and Suffolk County), Queens, Brooklyn, New York City (Manhattan), and Westchester County. If you’re thinking of using a Judge for your wedding, or a Justice of the Peace – or if you’re thinking of going to city hall for your wedding – or perhaps you’re working on a last minute wedding plan –in any case, Pastor Bill would love to speak with you. (Pastor Bill is also available for families that have suffered the loss of a loved one and are planning a funeral.)


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