Imagine your wedding at Grace!
“In all the world, there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world, there is no love for you like mine.” – Maya Angelou
Imagine! A stately stone church with its welcoming red doors. The warm glow of candlelight twinkling in beautiful stained-glass windows.
Imagine! A sacred venue nestled in the heart of a vibrant destination city. A dedicated team of experienced wedding hosts to assist you with your plans.
We are so very glad you are considering Grace Church for your wedding. We would consider it a true privilege to talk with you further about your plans, give you a tour of our church and help you as you… imagine your wedding at Grace!
At Grace Episcopal Church we believe marriage is a lifelong spiritual union. Our Book of Common Prayer says it beautifully:
“Holy Matrimony is Christian Marriage, in which a couple enters into a lifelong union, make their vows before God and the Church, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows.”
When a couple seeks to be joined in Holy Matrimony at Grace, the expectations are that one of couple is a baptized Christian, that both are serious about their relationship to God, and that they are committed to being faithful to one another and to life in the Church. A wedding, therefore, involves not just the couple, but also God and God’s people, the Church. Each Parish wedding is an act of worship and, as such, must reflect the character and traditions of Grace Episcopal Church.
For church members to be married at Grace requires pre-marital counseling with one of the clergy. Please contact the parish office for scheduling and other details.
We are thrilled to be open again for weddings! Please contact our wedding coordinator at email@example.com or submit a Wedding Application found below. Thank you for considering Grace episcopal for your special day.
Katherine Johnson 828-301-0805
Sunday Service Times
RITE II 10:30am
Choral and Family Holy Eucharist
Taizé 8:00pm (third Sunday of the month)
Ecumenical music and prayers in the Taizé tradition