STEP 2 - WEDDING COORDINATOR
The Church requires that the bride and groom designate one person who will
serve as their Wedding Coordinator. The Wedding Coordinator will facilitate
wedding plans on behalf of the bridal party. It is the Wedding Coordinator's
responsibility to verify with the Church office the minister who will be officiating
the ceremony. On the day of the ceremony, the Wedding Coordinator must arrange
for license signing by the minister and two witnesses no later than fifteen
minutes before the ceremony is to begin.
STEP 3 - CHURCH TRADITION
Marriage officiants must be approved by the Pastor. The Pastor's office will
verify that he will perform a particular wedding ceremony.
Note: Scheduling church facilities for a wedding do not automatically mean
that the Pastor will perform the wedding ceremony. The Pastor must specifically
agree to perform a wedding even though the chapel is made available. Expect
that the Pastor will officiate in a marriage ceremony when specific arrangements
- Wedding rehearsals will only be held the day prior to the wedding date
from 5:00pm until 7:00pm.
- No church weddings are held on Sundays during the hours allocated for regular
or special church services. All Sunday ceremonies will be approved by the Senior
Pastor and the Trustees.
- The Church is not responsible for printing wedding programs.
- Rice and Confetti will not be thrown in the Church nor on Church sidewalks,
steps or pavements.
- Musicians and other technicians are not paid by the Church and must have
approval to use the Church instruments.
- Only Church staff may move church furniture and equipment.
- Bows and ribbons may be tied to pews. The use of pins, tacks, tape or glue
is not permitted.
- A maximum of three (3) hours will be allowed for one (1) wedding; one hour
before the scheduled time for set-up; one hour for the ceremony; and one hour
- Wedding receptions and rehearsal celebrations are not held in the Church.
- Fees will be made available when applicants make arrangement for the wedding.