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Are you Legally Authorized to become an ordained minister and officiate weddings in Ohio with Cibus Mission? –> YES!

In Ohio, you can become ordained online to perform weddings. Ohio Revised Code Section 3101.08 outlines the qualifications for individuals who can solemnize marriages in the state. The law allows ordained or licensed ministers, religious society officials, judges, mayors, and other officials specified in the code to solemnize marriages. It does not specifically mention online ordination, but as long as the ordination meets the qualifications outlined in the law, it should be valid for performing weddings in Ohio.

Ohio Revised Code Section 3101.08 outlines who can solemnize marriages in Ohio. Here is the relevant portion of the law:

“Marriages may be solemnized by any of the following:

(A) A minister, priest, rabbi, or other ordained officiant of any religious society or congregation within this state who is licensed to solemnize marriages;

(B) A judge of a county court in accordance with section 1907.18 of the Revised Code;

(C) A judge of a municipal court in accordance with section 1901.14 of the Revised Code;

(D) A probate judge in accordance with section 2101.27 of the Revised Code;

(E) Members of the general assembly who have been elected or appointed to the general assembly and are in office.”

This law essentially allows ordained ministers, judges, and certain elected officials to solemnize marriages in Ohio. The key point is that the officiant must be ordained or otherwise authorized by a religious society or congregation and be licensed to solemnize marriages.

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