Are there wedding plans in your future? If so, Starr Church would like to help you arrange a ceremony that will set you on a path for this joyous and fulfilling journey in life. Thoughtful planning ensures that on your wedding day, you are prepared to make a commitment to one another. At Starr, we want to do all we can to make this preparation an enriching experience.
Our guidelines, tour and counsel will help you decide the location of the wedding ceremony here at Starr. Our pastor is also available to conduct weddings at outside locations.
Sanctuary or Chapel?
Our Sanctuary can hold up to 350 guests. For a smaller, more intimate wedding ceremony, our Chapel is also available, which seats approximately 40 guests.
Wedding Dates and Times:
We will do our best to work around your schedule, based on our church calendar. There is a charge for using the Sanctuary and/or Chapel. The usage fees are made available by the Pastor at your first meeting.
Do we have to go through counseling?
In most cases, our Pastor requires premarital counseling sessions. The sessions are intended to assist couples in their preparation for marriage, provide time and plan the wedding ceremony. The content of the wedding is discussed during these sessions with the Pastor.
Our Pastor will officiate at the ceremony, however, it is possible for the Pastor to invite a minister from another church to assist in the wedding.
Our Music Director, Teri Barnaby, will work with you to select beautiful and tasteful music for your wedding.
Our Fellowship Hall provides a perfect setting for your reception. Please ask our Pastor about these fees. The consumption of alcohol is prohibited on church grounds.
Please contact Starr Presbyterian Church at email@example.com for further information.
Funerals and Memorial Services
If you are anticipating a funeral/memorial service, or have recently experienced a loss, we as a church hope we can be a caring presence in your time of need. We are truly sorry for your loss.
Please call Rev. Charles Sadler at (586) 747-3965 if you need to discuss a memorial service, or need pastoral care for an ailing loved one.