Welcome to the new Journeys of the Heart website! We have had a few changes around here in the past six months and are thrilled to tell you about them all. Our esteemed founder and director of 20 years, Marguerite Sexton, has retired but fortunately for her lucky couples, she is still happily officiating weddings […]
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Journeys of the Heart ministers and officiants gathered yesterday for our annual retreat and ordination ceremony. Journeys of the Heart celebrates Sixteen Sweet Years; Love Has Befriended Me.
Laura was escorted by her dad, John. She wore a beautiful strapless gown that had just enough embellishment to look spectacular but not so much as to be gaudy. She wore a crystal tiara with a veil attached. She had her blonde hair done in soft ringlets. She looked perfectly beautiful.
Laura’s cousin, Melissa, read The Prayer of St. Francis and Mike’s godmother, Jean, read from the epistle of Paul to the Corinthians that describes the attributes of love: Love is patient, love is kind ...
Ali Grusha and Matt Jenco wed on a farm in Berks County Officiated by Urbane Peachey, Officiant, Journeys of the Heart June, 2010 included a memorable wedding on a manicured horse farm in Berks County, Pennsylvania. The ground of the spacious indoor riding stable was covered with carpets; lovely sweeping white drapes created a [...]
And so the ceremony began. Marguerite had suggested that we have a video camera on hand so that Ping could send the ceremony to her family in China. In the ceremonial Words of Tribute to Parents, we mentioned Randy’s parents , Tim and Tina, who were present, along with Ping’s parents in China. Ping spoke their names in Chinese. Mary translated the words of gratitude to the parents so that the parents in China would hear, understand, and see their beautiful daughter on her wedding day.
Journeys of the Heart Officiant Jim Rosengarten presided at the wedding of Julie Meyer and Aaron Larson on July 17, 2010 at the Abington Art Center. Julie and Aaron have known each other for about nine years and have created a very sweet son, Elliot, who is about 1 year old. Elliot actually came with them [...]