“…A man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.” Ephesians 5:31
Marriage is an illustration of the way Christ and the church are one. In the church, a wedding is a service of worship, as a result, everything in the service should be done to honor God, and to be a blessing for you, your families, and friends. When we gather for a wedding we regard every marriage as a gift from God. Marriage should be a covenant relationship through which a man and a woman live out their lives together as disciples of Jesus Christ. The wedding ceremony is thus the beginning of a new covenant relationship between a husband, a wife and God.
Preparation for a wedding includes conversing with the pastor regarding the meaning and principle of marriage as well as planning the details of the wedding ceremony itself.
In order to fulfill our commitment and service to you and ensure a meaningful wedding service, we have developed some guidelines that should be carefully read and comprehended. Living Word Bible Church is honored that you have considered sharing your special day with us and I look forward to planning the wedding ceremony with you.
Shannon Hrimnak Wedding Coordinator Living Word Bible Church 480-964-4463
Once the wedding application has been received, quote established and date tentatively set, the wedding coordinator will ask you to schedule a meeting to go over details pertaining to your special day. At that meeting a $100 deposit will be required to hold the wedding date. The balance is to be paid one week prior to the schedule wedding date.
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