Marriage is one of God’s greatest blessings and we praise Him for this incredible gift. Bolton Community Church has a rich history of wedding celebrations, and as your church home away from home we would love for you to be part of that story.
We are excited that you are considering Bolton Church as the venue for your ceremony and reception. We look forward to the celebration of the Lord’s goodness and majesty expressed in your union as man and woman (Gen 2:21-24).
The first step to having your wedding at Bolton Community Church is to complete the Wedding Sign-up Form. Once that form is submitted, you’ll hear from our Wedding Coordinator, who will work with you as you prepare for your special day.
Frequently Asked Questions & Couple's Responsibilities
Are there any requirements before we get married?
Yes. Bolton Community Church requires couples to participate in our Premarital Seminar. Couples will be required to meet with the Senior Pastor in order to discuss their readiness for marriage. This is so that the Pastor can answer any questions they may have.
When should we book our wedding?
We advise every couple to enter our marriage preparation process as soon as they are thinking seriously of being married or well before their preferred wedding date. Six months to one year advanced notice is highly recommended..
Will anyone help us coordinate our wedding?
Yes. To ensure a smooth rehearsal and wedding, Bolton Community Church requires & provides a wedding coordinator. Our coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the wedding rehearsal and directing the wedding. She will meet with the bride and groom to discuss the details of the wedding in order to make sure they align with our campus policies. The couple may be creative in their ceremony, keeping in mind that a wedding is a worship ceremony and all aspects of the ceremony should be planned in conjunction with the coordinator.
Who will officiate our ceremony?
Our Pastor who is ordained, licensed, commissioned or otherwise authorized by this church to solemnize marriages may do so, in the exercise of religious freedom, only where the participants are one man and one woman (Gen. 2:21–24; Matt. 19:4–6; Mark 10:6–9). Please note that only pastor of Bolton Community Church can perform weddings on our campus, unless there is a prior agreement.
If you want our pastor to officiate your wedding click here. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at 518-644-9103. We look forward to receiving your call