Dr. Mike Mohamed Ghouse


Mike is a social scientist, pluralist, and an Interfaith Wedding Officiant. Since 1999, he has officiated over 250 weddings between Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Jews, Humanists, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and others. Through consultations with the couple and, if needed, the parents, he skillfully customizes the proceedings to include their faith and cultural traditions. They can choose Interfaith, Nikah, Civil, Hindu, Christian, or any combination

Dr. Mylord “Rupa” Reyes Tosta


Dr. Mylord Rupa Reyes Tosta is a licensed officiant and a member of the American Marriage Ministries specializing in marrying couples of Christian religions. Dr. Reyes Tosta offers this service in Spanish as she is available to the entire Latin community in the United States. She is committed to performing exceptional wedding services for people from different races, nationalities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and other uniqueness. She is a professor of Spanish in Washington, DC. 

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Our mission is to open people’s hearts, minds, and souls towards each other  regardless of their religion

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  • God puts love between two individuals from among millions of people in HIS universe to live in peace, tranquility, and harmony (Quran 30:21). Indeed, when two individuals are in love, the ultimate milestone of their relationship is marriage.
  • Mike Ghouse is ready to travel within the United States, Canada, Mexico, and other places just to make your big day a huge success 
  • The men and women who take the bold step to become one regardless of their origins, faiths, races, cultures, and ethnicities must be appreciated and applauded
  • Interfaith marriages are becoming the new norm of society. In a few years, one out of two marriages would be interfaith, and we are here to cater to all of your needs

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Dr. Mike Mohamed Ghouse When a Hindu falls in love with a Muslim and wants to get married, a red flag is raised by his/her family and the community. Hindus are concerned about losing a member of their flock to another religion, and Muslims have difficulty coping with idol worship. Idol worship is considered an …

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We are all Americans, but a distinction is made between two different ethnicities, by American Guy, we mean White American – as all other Americans are identified with their race or ethnicity. Latha and William are a perfect match for each other. They listened to each other and spoke without any filters. They can complete …

The Wedding Ceremony took place across the pond, in the barn – the barn is about 30′ tall inside and held about 100 people. The Bride and Groom’s friends represented America and its many races and religions. Indeed, my vision for America is that we all connect and “know” each other. It is my dreamland, …

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