Marriage Officiant Association Expands to Include Vermont
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August 22, 2019, Fairfield, CT. Vermont wedding officiants need to look no further than The Justice of the Peace Association (JPus) for representation and connection with engaged couples. Serving most of the northeast, the professional membership group expanded its territory to include Vermont wedding officiants. In its first welcoming gesture, marriage officiants are invited to an Open House in White River Junction on Friday, September 13th between 3:00-6:00.
“I’m looking forward to meeting the amazing JPs who bring couples together in love and marriage,” says Loretta Jay, who leads the organization. “Our goal is to support JPs with their business of officiating weddings. “We pride ourselves on boutique-like services, so being able to chat in-person and get to know each individual is helpful.” Food and beverages will be available at the free event.
The Justice of the Peace Association (www.JPus.org) connects its JP members with couples, sets professional standards and advocates on members’ behalf. Its goal is to support secular marriage officiants with the performance of their duties. Couples can find their perfect marriage officiant at findaJP.com, the place for couples who click!
“Findajp.com is an effective online tool for reaching wonderful couples seeking an officiant in Vermont,” shares Vermont justice of the peace and JPus member Carmen George. “They also keep me updated on legislation impacting JPs in New England.”
JPus believes in conducting responsible business, focusing on social good. “I love that we’re able to contribute to make our communities a little bit better,” Jay continued. “Focusing on wedding-related activities, of course.”
For instance, after 95% of JPus members indicated they were opposed to child marriage, the organization became a founding partner of the Coalition to End Child Marriage, working to raise the minimum age to wed to 18. (The age in Vermont is 16.)
More information about the Justice of the Peace Association is available at www.JPus.org. Questions about the organization and the open house can be directed to 203.255.7703, or https://www.findajp.com/jpus/vermont-open-house/.