Church Sanctuary

We are pleased that you are interested in having your wedding at Trinity.  This page contains information that you will find helpful in planning your service.  If we can be of any assistance, please feel free to contact the office.

Wedding Registration Form

The first step in planning your wedding is to contact the office or Pastor Amy with your interest in a wedding at Trinity. Please have a wedding date in mind so we can check our church calendars. Once you have contacted the office, the office administrator/wedding coordinator will reach out to set a meeting time to discuss further details and fill out the wedding registration form. We can also schedule a tour of the church at that time.

Pre-marital Counseling

It is your responsibility to contact the pastor at least six months before your wedding date to arrange for the wedding planning and counseling sessions.  The pastor and the couple will meet at least four times prior to the wedding.

Wedding Rehearsal

Unless otherwise indicated, all wedding rehearsals are scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on the Friday before the day of the wedding.  It is crucial that all persons involved in the actual ceremony be present for this rehearsal.  The rehearsal will last about 40 minutes.


In keeping with the integrity of the worship service, no flash photography will be allowed during the ceremony.  Video equipment is allowed but must remain stationary during the ceremony and is not allowed behind the altar.  Auxiliary lighting is also not permitted.

Decorating the Church

Some couples choose to add bows to the end of the pews in the sanctuary but it must be done without the use of adhesive. Flower petals are not permitted on the floor in the sanctuary unless you also use an aisle runner. Outdoor decorations are not permitted.  You may use bubbles as send-off to wish the couple well but not rice.


Use of the Church  $100
Hospitality & Custodial Fee $100
Musician  $100
Officiant fee  $200
Use of pew candles  $40
Bulletins  $40/100

****No alcohol is permitted on the premises of Trinity