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Sheri Eaton



Falling Waters, WV 25419
United States
T: 304.274.0395




Rev. Sheri A. Eaton


Rev. Sheri is an ordained, Interfaith Minister who really cares. You can depend on me as a reliable minister who will help you plan every aspect of your ceremony. Feel secure that your vows will be beautifully woven into a ceremony that reflects your unique love and relationship! Rev. Eaton is an officiant whose ceremonies for weddings and commitment ceremonies are created especially for you and with you. *Religious or not *Traditional, *Theme *Specific cultural flavor *Interfaith *Spiritual *Multi-Cultural*Your choice of location *Creative alternatives to the traditional ** It is all about you.**
There are no hidden charges.
Rev. Sheri is also an experienced Reiki Master giving treatments and classes for reasonable fees. Reiki is a way of focusing the healing energy all around us to the individual for relaxation and healing. Reiki is powerful, yet gentle!
Just call or write for a free brochure.

Profile and Credentials        

Graduate of the Baltimore Spiritual Science Center five year intensive program
Ordianed, Interfaith Minister
Member of the Ministerial Alliance
Reiki Master and Chakra Balancing
B.S. University of Maryland

Philosophy and Comments        

My spiritual philosophy embraces all true religions, and I feel comfortable performing ceremonies with other officiants or alone. The wedding is the Bride and Groom's special day and their ceremony will reflect their unique relationship,

Work Hours and Fee Schedule        

As each wedding is unique and created to express the special love between the bride and groom the fees will vary.
Fees for services are also based on research, location and
the number of friends or family in the wedding party.
Please contact me for specific information.
Please email or call 304-274-0395 Monday through Friday 8 AM - 9 PM and Sunday evenings.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

Custom Ceremonies        

Reverend Eaton officiantes Traditional and Nontraditional Weddings, Celtic Handfastings and Interfaith Ceremonies
Beginning to End Ceremony Consultation- Celebrate your Heritage!
Wedding Party Coordination & Direction Included-
Free Initial Consultation-
Tell your personal story or Include children
Unity Candle options also available
This is YOUR big day so express yourselves through your uniqe personalized ceremony
Prenuptial counseling available but not required.
Ceremonies performed where needed including banquet facilities, private clubs, chapels, public parks and private homes.

Rev. Eaton Serves the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia,(Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties) and Washington and Frederick Counties of Maryland. This includes the towns of Hagerstown, Clear Spring, Myersville, Charles Town, Frederick, Martinsburg, Hedgesville, Berkeley Springs, Waynesboro PA and Chambersburg PA.

Free Brochure, Sample Ceremonies

Phone 304.274.0395

Helpful Hints        

Ask the clergy about their credentials. Surprisingly. anyone can become an ordained minister over the internet! Ask where they were ordained and how many years of formal ministerial education they have received.Also ask how much training they have had performing cermonies.Training is very important. The officiant you choose for your wedding must know the marriage laws in the state where the ceremony will be performed.

The minister should be able to explain the marriage license procedure to you and what their responsibility is regarding completing and filing the legal documents. A trained clergy will know how to structure the ceremony properly, create and perform the ceremony with confidence as well as follow through in a timely fashion on any questions or concerns you may have.Secure a written agreement.

Asking the officiant for some form of written agreement is always smart thing to do. Professional ministers understand the importance of their role in your wedding and a written agreement is usually offered without asking.

The agreement should simply state the responsibilities of the officiant, the fee for his/her services, how the fee will be paid and the requirements concerning the marriage license.



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