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Wedding Vows: Unitarian Wedding Vows

"I, ______, take you, ______ to be my wife/husband; to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and cherish always."

"______, will you take ______ to be you wife/husband; love, honor, and cherish her/him now and forevermore?"


More Unitarian Vows:

"______, will you take ______ as your wife/husband, will you pledge to share your life openly with her/him, to speak the truth to her/him, in love? Will you promise to honor and tenderly care for her/him, to encourage her/him fulfillment as an individual through all the changes in your lives?"

"______, will you have this woman/man, ______, to be your wedded wife/husband, to live together in marriage, will you love her/him, comfort her/him, honor her/him, and keep her/him, in sickness and in health, in sorrow and in joy, so long as you both shall live?"

"______, do you take this woman/man, ______, to be your wife/husband? Do you pledge to share your life openly with her/him and to speak the truth to her/him in love?"
(I do.)
Will you comfort her/him, honor her/him and keep her/him, in sickness and in health, in sorrow and in joy, so long as you both shall live?"
(I will.)

(To the groom:)
"Do you, ______, in the respect and confidence of your own individuality, acknowledge within yourself that same respect and confidence for this woman, ______, in the certainty that you will share the deepest of all your emotions: aware also that you may share, but not know, for in knowing you deny the person that she is?"
(I do.)
"Will you accept ______, to be your wife? Will you share with her your hurts, your loves, your sorrows, and your happiness? Will you comfort her and be comforted, and share with her in all things meaningful to you?"
(I will.)

(To the bride:)
"Do you, ______, in the respect and confidence of your own individuality, acknowledge within yourself that same respect and confidence for this man, ______, in the certainty that you will share the deepest of all your emotions: aware also that you may share, but not know, for in knowing you deny the person that he is.
(I do.)
Will you the accept ______ to be your husband? Will you share with him your hurts, your loves, your depression, and your happiness? Will you comfort him and be comforted, and share with him in all things meaningful to you?"
(I will.)

From Reverend Edward Searl, Unitarian Church of Hinsdale, IL

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