(June 24, 2021 - All Saints' is not scheduling weddings at this time. Once Covid protocols are relaxed AND we have a permanent rector, All Saints' will resume celebrating marriages. Baptisms, funerals and memorial services will be at the discretion and availability of clergy.)
Celebrate the events of your life at All Saints’. Share and celebrate the joyful events in your life find comfort during the difficult ones. Our clergy and staff can meet with you to help and guide you in these events. We celebrate many life events with sacraments of our church - baptisms, marriages, funerals and memorial services - and invite you to commemorate the events in your life at All Saints'.
We are delighted that you are interested in being married at All Saints’ Episcopal Church! Christian Marriage is a solemn and public covenant between two people in the presence of God, and our goal is to help you plan a service of worship that will be sacred, dignified, and joyous.
To begin your process, schedule a consultation with one of our priests. We would be pleased to answer any questions that you may have. We look forward to sharing in the joy of such an occasion with you!
The Episcopal Church requires that at least one of the parties must be a baptized Christian; that the ceremony be attested by at least two witnesses; and that the marriage conform to the laws of the State and the canons of this Church.
In addition, All Saints’ asks that you observe some customs, traditions, and policies that serve as guidelines for all weddings performed here. Please explore our Wedding Guide to learn more.
Download our Wedding Guide (PDF):
All Saints' Wedding Guide
It is most appropriate that your service include celebration of the Holy Eucharist (communion), but it is not necessary and will need to be discussed with the priest.
Remarriage is permitted in the Episcopal Church only after such a request has been made by the priest and approval granted by the Bishop.
Clerk, Wedding Coordinator