Reverend Ronald Hunt - Capital Region Ceremonies

The Capital District of NY; 100 miles East West North South


Ceremony Types

Civil Union, Commitment Ceremony, Elopement, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-Religious Ceremony, Religious Ceremony, Same Sex Ceremony, Second Wedding , Vow Renewal Ceremony

Religious Affiliations

Baha'i Faith, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Interfaith, Reform, Muslim, Secular, Spiritual, Unitarian

Wedding Activities

Ceremony, Wedding


Contact Info

34 Jay St., Suite 1C, Schenectady, NY The Capital District of NY; 100 miles East West North South (518) 587-1468

Reviewed on 7/20/2016 Iyanna H

I apologize as this review is long overdue! Rev. Hunt performed our ceremony on May 21, 2016 on very short notice! My husband and I decided to elope before his deployment. We wanted our families to attend so we knew we needed to travel back to our hometown of Albany... Read More (me)/Schenectady (him), NY (we live in VA). I found Rev. Hunt via Google/The Knot, and we could not have been more pleased! Rev. Hunt responded to my email within minutes, and we are able to quickly coordinate our small ceremony. Fortunately, Rev. Hunt was kind enough to perform the ceremony in his beautiful backyard! I would highly recommend Rev. Hunt to any and all couples looking for a kind, charismatic, prompt, and personable officiant. Rev. Hunt personalized our ceremony and helped make our day memorable. Rev. Hunt is a gem and I recommend him without reservation, knowing, that he is an exceptionally worthy officiant. Thank you for everything Rev. Hunt! - Iyanna & Anthony Howard

Reverend Ron was great!

Reviewed on 7/31/2013 Lisa D

We hired Reverend Ron because we thought he was unique and different and would make our ceremony just for us. He took the time to meet with us in person a year in advance and was kind enough to write a personalized ceremony for us. He even let us make several revisions and... Read More rearrangements. The best part about Reverend Ron's ceremony is his opening "Princess Bride" reenactment from the marriage scene in the movie. All the guests thought the ceremony was lovely and very personal.