We are pleased that you are seeking to be wed at Westminster Presbyterian Church.

We hope your wedding will be one of the happiest occasions of your life. Westminster rejoices in this celebration and is eager to make each phase of the service one that will be remembered with deep satisfaction. Here at Westminster, a wedding is a service of Christian worship, meant to evoke the presence of God and inspire both participants and the gathered congregation. We hope the service will inspire memories of your commitment in the years to come and will be an experience of the presence of God at the onset of your covenant ceremony.

The content on this page has been written to help you formulate your plans for this occasion. It sets forth specific procedures, guidelines, and policies for all weddings held on our campus. Please review it carefully.

Interested in getting married at Westminster?

Wedding Policies

Weddings will be scheduled for active members of Westminster or the children of active members. Complete the wedding application here – please note that completing the application is the beginning of the process, not a guarantee of facility or pastoral availability. Submitting the application indicates that you have read and agreed to the terms and conditions in the wedding policy.

Within a week of your application, the office staff at Westminster will contact you to confirm facility availability, including confirming the pastor who will officiate your service and conduct your premarital counseling. Upon verification of wedding date, a $500 deposit is due to hold the date on the church calendar.

Review and select your music for the processional and recessional here. The Organist will confirm your selections via email. If other music requests are made, the Music Director will contact you to assist in making those arrangements.

Two months before the service you will be contacted by a representative of the Wedding Committee at Westminster to schedule an on-site meeting to review service logistics.

Once available, and before final confirmation with your printer, please send a proof of the
wedding bulletin to the officiating pastor and Director of Music.

Final payment and the wedding license are due to the Church Office ten days before the service.