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From: Tooman
Response: Each church has its own requirements. If the church has a set fee, you should have been given something in writing that tells you what the fee is. Many ministers accept an honorarium a free-will offering. If this is the case with your minister, consider how much time he has spent with you. Did you have pre-marital counseling? How many pre-wedding meetings? If the rehearsal and wedding will be held in a location other than the church, how far does he have to travel? Once you have figured out these things, then give an appropriate amount. If he has spent quite a bit of time with you, $100 or more is appropriate. If, however, he simply shows up and performs the ceremony, then leaves, $25 or $30 would be enough.

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