Jim DeKornfeld
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Personalized Ceremonies are the way to go

You will never hear the words, "Dearly beloved, blah, blah, blah", from me. Daybreak Ceremonies uses your words and your love story to prepare and present wedding ceremonies that tell the world of…Continue

Started Nov 7, 2012

What a wonderful night in Maryland and all across the country.

I am an ordained Reverend and Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant. I will be in Annapolis, MD Dec 2 -5, 2012.I would love to officiate any ceremonies for couples in the Annapolis - DC - Baltimore triangle…Continue

Started Nov 7, 2012

Conducting a commitment ceremony in Portage, WI on Saturday

Very pleased to be able to assist Lydia Solesbee and Mercedes Ashe tie the knot. Please send them your best karma and well wishes as they launch into a new phase of their lives together.Continue

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Started Jul 12, 2012

Newly minted Life-Cycle Celebrant in the Sandhills of NC
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My name is Jim DeKornfeld and I am newly ordained as a Minister, and formally trained as a Life Cycle Celebrant. I'd love to speak with anyone in the Carolina's in need of a Celebrant when ready to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Britt Jamrock Jul 12, 2012.

 

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Nov 7, 2012
Britt Jamrock replied to Jim DeKornfeld's discussion Newly minted Life-Cycle Celebrant in the Sandhills of NC
"YAY! I know you will be fantastic. Have fun! "
Jul 12, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld posted a discussion

Conducting a commitment ceremony in Portage, WI on Saturday

Very pleased to be able to assist Lydia Solesbee and Mercedes Ashe tie the knot. Please send them your best karma and well wishes as they launch into a new phase of their lives together.See More
Jul 12, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld replied to Jim DeKornfeld's discussion Newly minted Life-Cycle Celebrant in the Sandhills of NC
"Conducting my first ceremony in Portage, WI on Saturday. 2 very much in love young ladies will tie the knot at a lovely city park. Very pleased and honored to be able to officiate. "
Jul 12, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld's blog post was featured

The Grand Canyon was not formed by Noah's Flood

Carving a canyon out of rock is a similar process to moving conservatives out of stance of ignorance to acceptance. It takes persistence, consistency and effort. Colorado, North Carolina, and everywhere else ignorance abounds will come around. It's painful to have to wait any longer, but change is coming. Keep fighting.See More
May 23, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld posted a blog post

The Grand Canyon was not formed by Noah's Flood

Carving a canyon out of rock is a similar process to moving conservatives out of stance of ignorance to acceptance. It takes persistence, consistency and effort. Colorado, North Carolina, and everywhere else ignorance abounds will come around. It's painful to have to wait any longer, but change is coming. Keep fighting.See More
May 15, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld posted a discussion

Newly minted Life-Cycle Celebrant in the Sandhills of NC

My name is Jim DeKornfeld and I am newly ordained as a Minister, and formally trained as a Life Cycle Celebrant. I'd love to speak with anyone in the Carolina's in need of a Celebrant when ready to have a Commitment, Baby Naming, or Renewal of Vows ceremony. Let me know how I may help.Jim DeKornfeldSee More
May 7, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld updated their profile
May 4, 2012
Jim DeKornfeld is now a member of LGBT Weddings Forum
May 4, 2012

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Introduce Yourself - Tell us a little bit about you.
I am a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant®. I will be honored and delighted to prepare and officiate any of your milestone events, be they weddings, baby naming, guide parent ceremony or any other significant event you wish celebrated and memorialized.
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The Grand Canyon was not formed by Noah's Flood

Posted on May 15, 2012 at 6:15am 1 Comment

Carving a canyon out of rock is a similar process to moving conservatives out of stance of ignorance to acceptance. It takes persistence, consistency and effort. Colorado, North Carolina, and everywhere else ignorance abounds will come around. It's painful to have to wait any longer, but change is coming. Keep fighting.

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