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Blessed are the cheesemakers. 

In the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy books by Douglas Adams,

Almighty God appears on another planet and personally sends forth a

prophet to spread His Word. The chosen one is devout and charismatic.

And also bit hard of hearing. In a few short years, people all across the planet were hearing the sacred words of Almighty Bob.

 

In a Monty Python comedy about biblical times, people at the back of a crowd were having trouble hearing the "Sermon on the Mount", when one fellow at the back says to the others, 'I THINK he said, "Blessed are the Cheese Makers!'

 

Let's face it, sometimes you can be too far away to hear what's being said.

Many folks (like me) have partial hearing loss.

 

What do you do if you have more than 20 people

or people with partial hearing loss at your wedding?

 

Simple.

 A:) Find an officiant who can speak very loudly.

 B:) Find an officiant who can really yell.

 C:) Find an officiant with a PA system.

 

I am blessed with a strong vioce and can speak, sing, or bellow like a drill instructor when necessary. And I have a battery operated PA system.

 

What do you do if your site doesn't have power to plug things in?

 

 A & B Above OR

 D:) Find an officiant with a portable, battery operated PA system.

 

Did I mention that I have a battery operated PA system?

It's a portable, battery operated, high powered amp with a quality multi range speaker for voice or music. At 15 watts, this unit is three times more powerful than a pistol-grip bullhorn, but with far better sound.

 

Note: due to the new copyright laws regarding Music, we are no longer able to provide music for your ceremony. You should also find out if your DJ, Band,  or venue has paid for the rights to use music for your Wedding and reception.

 

There is a $20.00 fee if you need me to use my equipment

at a site with power. This fee may be waived at my option.

 

There is a $35.00 fee if you need me to use my equipment

at a site without power. The equipment uses a LOT of batteries.

 

About note about using portable equipment outdoors:

I do a lot of camping and take my music with me. There are some conditions when CD players just won't work. In my experience, this is usually due to extreme humidity, and especially bad when there is heavy rain, dew or fog.

I will make every effort to insure that all equipment is maintained and in good working order when I leave my home, and is transported safely. All batteries will be tested and/or replaced prior to your ceremony.

I cannot guarantee the functionality of any equipment under open air (pavilions, gazebos, etc.) and/or harsh conditions.

There is a non-refundable $15.00 equipment setup fee included in the equipment fee. If for any reason my equipment fails to function, a refund of monies in excess of the setup fee shall be due.

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His Excelency Bishop Mark Bernard, R.H.D., ULC
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