Wendy Wortham on Finding a Minister for a Funeral or Memorial 

Wendy Wortham on Finding a Minister for a Funeral or Memorial 

When a loved one dies, one of the first issues the surviving family has to address are preparations for a funeral and burial service. For families who don’t belong to a church but wish to have a Christian burial for their loved one, finding a Minister to officiate on short notice can present a challenge. … [Read more…]

The Role of Funeral Clergy and Celebrants by Wendy Wortham Texas Twins Events

The Role of Funeral Clergy and Celebrants by Wendy Wortham Texas Twins Events

My role as a clergy person or a celebrant is to lead or officiate a ceremony, such as a funeral, wedding, baptism or other religious ceremony. Clergy are ordained by a religious denomination or by an interfaith or spiritual religious group. Celebrants differ from clergy in that most celebrants are not professionally affiliated with a … [Read more…]

Texas Twins Events Services Weddings, LBGT Unions, Baptism, Vow Renewal and More

Texas Twins Events Services Weddings, LBGT Unions, Baptism, Vow Renewal and More

As an ordained Minister and Wedding Officiant, I’m available for Weddings, Funerals, Baptism, Christening, Anniversary Celebrations, House Blessings, Last Rite, and any other Ministerial duties, as well as providing floral designs, and venue or catering negotiation, and photography. Based on specific client needs, I will work with you to ensure a beautiful ceremony or event … [Read more…]

Need a Wedding Officiant or Traveling Minister in the DFW area ?

I’ve received several phone calls recently from brides seeking a wedding Officiant in Texas, as I’m registered with Texas as an Officiant, my name and phone number are listed on Google index pages as well as Wedding Wire and Gig Salad. Texas Twins Events price matches competitors pricing to ensure a budget friendly event for … [Read more…]

Wendy Wortham on 5 Legal Documents Every LBGT Couples Should Have and Why!

Wendy Wortham on 5 Legal Documents Every LBGT Couples Should Have and Why!

Recent news relating to a North Texas man, Lon Watts brought attention to the fact that same sex couples struggle with Rights of Survivorship and medical decisions regarding a partner. Many of my readers are aware that I am an advocate for those who are denied the same benefits of traditional married couples, and for … [Read more…]

Kindness is free and occassionally so are my services when needed

Kindness is free and occassionally so are my services when needed

I’m frequently asked why I do so many no cost weddings, funerals, house blessings, and donate floral designs to area funeral homes so families with little money can enjoy a beautiful funeral or wedding or why I spend countless hours pulling copies of lawsuits in four counties for litigants that were never served. Finding the … [Read more…]

When Performing a Funeral Service

When Performing a Funeral Service

When I present a message to grieving families about death and dying, often Scripture verses are included which are intended to comfort the family and friends. Speaking about the departed one, my message often includes biographical information about the individual; the departed one may have been a community leader, volunteer, parent of a number of … [Read more…]

Why I Need To Keep My Sense of Humor

Why I Need To Keep My Sense of Humor

I’m constantly amazed at the often comical mishaps that NO ONE could have expected, least of all-me! Cindy is better at “rolling with it” than I am. We are identical twins that have mirror or, more commonly referred to, compensating personalities. A perfectionist, my family doesn’t understand why I am so driven that even the … [Read more…]