Universal Life Church maintains the necessary filings so that ministers could officiate marriage in all 50 states. However, since local laws vary widely, and are subject to change, you should verify current information with your local county clerk, prior to performing any ceremony.
You can find a listing of the various wedding requirements, arranged according to state, on our website:
You can refer to this information as a general guideline within the United States, as well as guidelines on whom to talk to in your area for more information. You can also contact the public official listed for the state of interest for confirmation of the latest requirements for ministers officiating marriage.
When you speak to your local official and ask the following questions
I am a minister of an established church and plan to officiate a marriage ceremony in [state]. Can you please tell me what the requirements are in your state or county?
Are the requirements any different for non-resident ministers than they are for residents of [state]?"