If you're looking at this page, it may be that you and your beloved are planning to be married or to have your civil marriage blessed by God through the Church. Congratulations!
Holy Matrimony is Christian marriage, in which two consenting adults enter into a life-long union, make their vows before God and the Church, represented by the community assembled, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows. (From the Book of Common Prayer, p 861). To be married at Grace, one of the couple must be a baptized Christian.
We recognize that Grace is an exceptionally beautiful setting for your vows and will give consideration to making it available for couples who are worshiping members of other Episcopal Churches and Christian denominations with similar understandings of Holy Matrimony. We also recognize that the Episcopal Church is often a place where couples from differing religious backgrounds may find they can worship together. The clergy at Grace would be pleased to hear your story.
The first step is to contact our Rector, Fr. John Rumple, here, or at 708-386-8036.
He can speak with you and provide additional information about fees, calendar and Grace policies. It is always appropriate to join us for worship. All weddings officiated at Grace require the consent of the clergy of Grace, even if ministers of other denominations officiate the ceremony.