Marriage is when two persons "enter into a life-long union, make their vows before God and the Church, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows" (Book of Common Prayer, 861). The Episcopal Church recognizes marriage equality, and the sacrament of marriage is open to couples regardless of gender. For more information on the rite of Christian marriage, click here.
St. Paul's offers two options for wedding venues: the historic chapel and the modern church. For more information on getting married at St. Paul's, read below .
To be married at St. Paul's, please email our office administrator.
Marriage at St. Paul's is more than a wedding -- marriage is the joining of two people in a life together in Jesus Christ. While the wedding ceremony itself is of great spiritual importance, we firmly believe that the joy you will encounter on your wedding day will only be strengthened and enhanced by a serious commitment to the spiritual and emotional preparation required by the…Read More »