Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church

306 North Division Street, Ann Arbor, MI   48104
734 663.0518  |   office@standrewsaa.org

Weddings

 

All Christians are called to bear witness to the good news of God's love and grace in Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit. We are empowered for such witness by our lifelong relationship with God.

Step One

If you are interested in getting married at St. Andrew's, we ask that you please review our Preparing for Marriage booklet with your partner prior to contacting St. Andrew's about scheduling a ceremony.

Step Two

-- Contact Kathy McPherson, Parish Administrator
kmcpherson@standrewsaa.org (734)663-0518 ext. 200

-- Complete the Wedding/Blessing Registration Form and return it to the parish office

Important Things to Consider

Summer Ceremonies

If you are considering a summer ceremony, please note that the church is not air conditioned. While we do have fans, the sanctuary can get extremely warm.

Parking

The City of Ann Arbor will allow special parking for 90 minutes in the "No Parking" area on Division between Catherine and Kingsley Streets. St. Andrew's will request special parking on your behalf for 15 minutes before the ceremony with the remaining 75 minutes for the ceremony and photos.

Fall Ceremonies - Parking

We are unable to have special parking on any Saturday that the University of Michigan has a HOME football game. Please be sure to check the football schedule before selecting a date.

Capacity

The church seats approximately 500 and our chapel seats a maximum of 50.

Wedding Licenses

Please bring your marriage license to Kathy McPherson in the parish office no later than the Wednesday before the wedding along with the final payment for fees. Please note that you must have a Michigan issued marriage license and that out of state residents must have a Washtenaw County issued marriage license. More information regarding requirements/how to obtain a license in Washtenaw County can be found at ewashtenaw.org.

Parish Policies

Neither smoking nor the consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted in the buildings at any time.

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