Interfaith Minister, Julie Slayton Frank

Tucson Interfaith Minister

Tucson Interfaith Minister, Julie Slayton Frank

If you are looking for the perfect person to marry you, consider Interfaith Minister, Julie Slayton Frank.

A note from Tucson Interfaith Minister, Julie Slayton Frank:

“The proudest moment of my professional life was January 1, 2008, the day that civil unions became legal in the State of New Hampshire. I had been working for a Unitarian Universalist Church and we had been at the forefront of marriage equality around the country. On that date, we held a community celebration to mark the moment we had been working for. While a service took place upstairs in our historic sanctuary, I was downstairs quietly performing civil unions. Fourteen to be exact, the most of anyone in New Hampshire on that date. While I reveled in the new-found rights of so many friends, it was one onlooker who meant the most – our son Greg. Greg had come out to us about 10 years earlier, and by 2008 he was about to graduate from college, a proud gay man who watched this joyful piece of history. Being able to show him that the world was changing was a proud moment in my personal life as well. While I have had the honor of officiating at hundreds of wedding and civil unions, it is the ones that were not legal a few short years ago that mean the most to me.”

Tucson Interfaith Minister

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