Weddings at MSPC

We want you to have the best wedding day ever! Come enjoy our spacious facilities and friendly staff! Click the button below to open a document with our entire wedding policy!

Pricing / Tours

We have differing rates for members and non-members. Please fill out this form, or stop by the church! Please call to set up a time for a tour of the church.


Yes! Every prospective bride and groom comes to the marriage ceremony out of a different background. For this reason, no two sets of premarital conferences will follow the same pattern. The officiating minister must confer with both the bride and groom prior to the ceremony.

Yes! Only the following pictures may be taken: Flash pictures of the wedding party may be taken
as they enter and leave the sanctuary. Time exposures may be taken from the balcony. The use of a video camera is restricted to the balcony or on a fixed tripod placed in the Chancel. With these exceptions, there are to be no other pictures taken during the ceremony.

Yes! We do not prepare or serve food, but the building may be available for a reception. 

If a wedding is scheduled for “3 o’clock”, this means the musical prelude will have finished and the procession will begin at 3 o’clock.
Forty-five (45) minutes before the procession, the groom, best man, and ushers should arrive at the church. The ushers begin their duties while the groom and his best man wait with the minister in a room designated at rehearsal. 20 to 30 minutes before the procession, the organ preludes begin. Five (5) minutes before the procession, the groom’s parents and then the bride’s mother are escorted into the Sanctuary. Then follows the processional and the ceremony itself.
Details of procedure will be worked out at rehearsal. Officiating minister will supply all the guidance that may be necessary.