AnswerWe did some research on the term "ordained minister of music" and it appears that it is a term describing folks who play music in a church. We don't see where their ministry includes performing marriages.
In Minnesota, Judges, clerks of court, court commissioners, and licensed ministers, priests or rabbis, as well as representatives of Bahai, Hindu, Quaker and American Indian religious groups are authorized to perform weddings.
We recommend calling the County Clerk where you want to get married and asking about the credentials required for an officiant to see if this ordained minister of music is eligible to perform weddings.
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