I'm sure this has been covered somewhere on the site but honestly, most of it is from 2010-2011 so those people are probably off by now.
I have a friend whose mother is a Presbyterian Minister. My fiancé and I are both Catholic however, we do not wish to be married in the Church. Will Presbyterian Ministers perform a marriage union outdoors/outside of a place of worship, factoring in of course that we are not Presbyterians? It would be for the sake of having someone we know perform the ceremony. I know that Catholic priests can technically marry you (if they so choose) outside the Church by appealing to the local bishop and gaining their approval. I'm just not sure we're willing to jump through hoops to do it. Will it just depend on the person, or is there some sort of Canon law for this faith? I keep Googling but all I seem to get are results about the church's appeals for gay marriage.