Ministers & Officiants... for the LGBTQ Community 

It's more than a wedding ... it's  about Marriage Equality!


It's more than a wedding ... it's  about Marriage Equality!

FR. Geoffrey Farrow


Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! You have already done the hardest part; you have found your soul mate. You are in love with each other and have decided to walk the journey of life at each other’s side.


It is important that your wedding ceremony celebrate that mutual love. This is something that I understand and have been helping couples to achieve for over twenty-five years. My experience celebrating Thousands of Weddings will help you make your Planning Process Stress-free.


So, make this ceremony a fitting beginning for your union of love and life as a married couple. I understand this is your wedding and the ceremony should embrace your love. Your wedding ceremony will clearly reflect your spiritual values and desires.  I want to give you the ceremony of your dreams filled with love, grace and beauty.  Your wedding day is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream and the beginning of a loving journey together. I will help you to focus on what is truly important, so that your wedding can be a celebration.


In preparing for this joyful day, our first step will be meeting between the three of us. This will give us the opportunity to get to know each other and make your wedding more personal and meaningful.


As a Catholic Priest of 25 years, I also served as a Chaplain in the United States Air Force providing services for people of many different beliefs. I enjoy providing weddings, blessings and civil unions for all couples, regardless of their beliefs. I want you to feel at ease and fully enjoy your special day.


Please take a few moments to visit this site and feel free to E-mail, me with any questions or concerns you might have. Once again, congratulations!

Father Geoff Farrow received a Bachelor of Philosophy Degree from Saint John’s College in 1981. He received a Masters of Divinity degree from St. John's Seminary and was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in June of 1985. He is fluent, and has conducted services, in both English and Spanish.