Your complete ceremonial minister credentials package for Oklahoma includes all of the documents you'll need to legally perform all of life's celebrations, including weddings, baby blessings (baptism), house blessings, re-commitment ceremonies (vow renewal), memorials (funerals), handfasting and other ceremonies.
Ordination through First Nation as a Wedding Officiant and ceremonial minister complies with all Oklahoma laws and is valid and accepted throughout the state and everywhere around the world!
The laws of the State of Oklahoma require persons performing marriage ceremonies to file their credentials with a local probate court office* prior to performing a ceremony anywhere in the state. You must hold a current and valid minister's license to perform such rites; in addition, you must present your credentials to any state or local authority and/or the bridal couple upon their request.
In Oklahoma, ordination or investment by the Church gives each clergy member the authority to perform the marriage rite. You are not required to undergo any specific formal training to become ordained in Oklahoma.
Not a resident of Oklahoma? Oklahoma does not restrict legally ordained non-resident ministers from serving anywhere in the state. Under the terms of your ordination, you will also be permitted to serve in your home state.
Registration Fee: The current registration fee is $32 for comprehensive (complete) ordination that is accepted in Oklahoma, as well as most other states and local jurisdictions (two-year licensing term). All state-required forms and documents are included.
Please Note: Basic-level (single ceremony) ordination is not accepted in Oklahoma. To perform marriage ceremonies in Oklahoma, you must request complete ordination.
If you intend to perform ceremonies in Cherokee Nation, you must also register with the District Court in Tahlequah. All required Cherokee Nation documents and forms will be included with your complete Oklahoma ordination package.