While it’s not uncommon to refer to the priest or minister at a wedding as the person “who married us,” that’s not what really happens. Two people marry each other. The priest is officiant, and the people gathered witness and pray for the couple exchanging vows.
The church is much more than a nice place to hold a wedding. We take the sacrament of marriage seriously. Every couple preparing to be married at Calvary receives counseling from a member of the clergy, who helps shift the premarital focus from wedding logistics to the deep, long-view questions that need to be asked and explored.
Couples contemplating marriage at Calvary should first get in touch with one of the clergy. The Altar Guild and Wedding Guild can help things go smoothly at the rehearsal and the ceremony. Fees charged for weddings cover the use of the church, organist and the wedding guild. For a copy of The Wedding Customary for details on the process here at Calvary...