Weddings at All Saints
The first wedding celebrated at All Saints was in August of 1892. Since then our charming, rustic seaside nave has hosted many happy couples.
We believe that the Christian sacrament of marriage is an outward and visible sign of God's grace and love as a couple forges a united journey in a life of faith. We celebrate diversity and God's blessing for all loving couples and families, regardless of gender or sexuality.
Please keep in mind that those desiring to be married must meet with the rector before a date can be placed on the parish calendar. Once you have reserved your date, our rector, music director, and staff, including our wedding coordinators (Elizabeth Sayen and Debbie McCullam), will work with you to craft the service for this sacrament that will unite you in the presence of God and your family and friends.
You may also want to know about the requirements to be married in the Episcopal Church:
One member of the couple needs to be a baptized Christian.
All couples are expected to participate in pre-marital counseling.
At your initial meeting with the rector, the priest will answer any questions, set out the preparation process, and clarify church teachings about Christian marriage.
If either member of the couple has been previously divorced, specific requirements of the Church must be met before an Episcopal priest may perform the Blessing and Celebration of a Marriage. This includes the submission of a remarriage petition to the bishop.
Episcopal canon law requires a minimum of 30 days' notice before a wedding can be solemnized.