The Perfect Stranger's Guide to Weddings:
A Guide to Etiquette in Other People's Religious Ceremonies

Stuart M. Matlins, Editor


As one who does the occasional wedding, I find myself more and more frustrated not only with the general lack of preparations by most couples for the realities of married life, but also the lack of information, interest and standards when it comes to traditions and rituals. It makes it harder to offer ritual and meaning to such a significant life transition.

From African American Episcopal to Hindu to Foursquare Gospel to Sikh to Wesleyan Methodists, we have a resource that summaries teachings about marriage, the rituals, even what to wear and what to bring as a gift. An important reference guide.

The Rev. Dr. Richard B. Gilbert,
Executive Director, The World Pastoral Care Center

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