We've been told that Trinity is one of the most beautiful spaces for weddings in this area. The fact that we can welcome almost any size congregation also sets Trinity apart.
You don't have to be a member of Trinity Episcopal Church to be married here, but couples do have to meet the requirements for marriage found in The Book of Common Prayer (1979) and the Canons of the Episcopal Church, which require that at least one of the couple being married has been baptized.
And since weddings have a civil component as well as a sacramental one, the couple must also meet all of the legal requirements of the State of West Virginia before the ceremony can take place.
CHURCH POLICY ON WEDDINGS
The National Episcopal Church has certain policies on marriage. Learn what they are when you download the policy document.
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WV DIOCESE PETITION FOR REMARRIAGE
If you're being remarried or would like to receive a blessing for a remarriage following a divorce, you'll need to submit a petition for remarriage to the Diocese.
If you'd like to know more about being married at Trinity, to get started or to schedule a meeting with a member of Trinity's Wedding Guild please call the office at 304.529.6084.