(PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Universal Life Church Monastery minister Nicholas Maroun appeared on comedian Steve Harvey’s talk show, Wednesday February 13. Steve Harvey is a well-known entertainer, radio personality and author. He also produces his own hit sitcom The Steve Harvey Show. Rev. Maroun specializes in crowd funding, also known as hyper funding, which is the pooling of resources, usually online, to support a given cause or individual. Maroun’s group offers their expertise to non-profit entities to help spread their messages and attract donors. Steve Harvey discussed items found on Rev. Maroun’s Pinterest board, including his minister license from the Universal Life Church Monastery. Maroun was ordained by the Seattle-based, interfaith church late last year to not only be granted the legal rights of a minister, but to further his vast experience working with non-profit groups.
The TLC program Sin City Rules is coming to a close. In the finale for the show about the starlets of Las Vegas, ULC Monastery wedding officiant and main character of the show, Lana Fuchs, presides over a ceremony for her best friends. When an officiant suddenly becomes unavailable for the wedding, the happy couple turned to their close friend Lana to get ordained online and perform the rites. You can view Rev. Fuchs' ceremony on TLC’s website.
The Universal Life Church Monastery is a non-denominational online church headquartered in Seattle, WA. Anyone can legally become a minister by submitting their information on the ULC Monastery’s website. In addition to online ordination, this site also features a catalog for minister supplies, a marriage law database, and a number of articles about how to perform weddings and other religious ceremonies.