Weddings at Trinity Cathedral
"A wedding at Trinity Cathedral feels like a little taste of heaven right here on earth, thanks to the intimacy and the sacredness of the space. " Emily L. Faber
"We had the most amazing experience with everyone at your church. We can't thank you enough. It was lovely. " Erin Book
"Trinity Cathedral is absolutely gorgeous and the people are so wonderful. We worked worth with Kathleen to coordinate our ceremony and right from the start she was so warm and helpful. My husband and I did pre marriage counseling with the Very Reverend Gregory who was also fabulous and supportive. He was able to minister to us in a way that was down to earth and genuine and he preached a wonderful ceremony. Amy provided the ceremony music, which was amazing. Everything was perfect and lovely. I would highly recommend Trinity Cathedral!!" Megan Waters
We have put together several documents that will answer most of your questions about weddings at Trinity Cathedral including information for those who are not members of the parish, off-site weddings, fee schedules, as well as a form to outline the type of ceremony we are to provide.
WHAT IF WE'RE NOT MEMBERS OF TRINITY CATHEDRAL?
There are many people who choose Easton for a destination wedding. We are pleased that you would like to be married in Easton and we will do everything we can to help you. The celebration of your marriage is a unique moment in your life, and preparation for it is important. Please read the following materials carefully and if you have any questions, call the Very Rev. Gregory Powell, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, or Maggie Trice, parish secretary, at 410/822-1931 (office) or you may email either of them at and email@example.com
HOW FAR IN ADVANCE DO WE NEED TO PLAN OUR CEREMONY?
Except in rare circumstances, Trinity Cathedral requires no less than 90 days notice be given to the Dean before he or she may officiate at any marriage. Therefore, it is important for you to make an appointment with Dean Powell at your earliest convenience so he may meet you and with you make plans for pre-marital counseling.
WHAT IF I'VE BEEN MARRIED BEFORE?
People who have been previously married and divorced should bring a copy of their final divorce decree to the first meeting with the priest. The Episcopal Church accepts the civil process for dissolution of marriage, but the consent of the Bishop must be obtained before re-marriage in the church.