Scheduling a Wedding in 2020 or 2021?

St. Andrew’s is getting a new pipe organ. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic construction and instillation of the instrument has been delayed.

We now anticipate work in the church to prepare for the instrument to commence in the fall of 2020 and instillation of the organ to be completed sometime in mid-2021. We may be able to schedule weddings during this time, but the church interior will look like a construction site.

Additionally, due to current state and diocesan Covid restrictions only ten people are allowed in the church for any service at this time. We will provide updates as a more precise construction timeline becomes available and as Covid restrictions on the use of the church change.

We look forward to the time when we can offer our sanctuary for celebrations accompanied with music from our new pipe organ. If you have any further questions regarding planning a wedding, please contact the Parish Administrator, Kathy McPherson.

Getting Married at St. Andrew's

Our life with God is expressed in relationships of commitment and faithfulness, which includes heterosexual as well as same-sex couples. It is the Church’s joy to celebrate these relationships as signs of God’s love, to pray for God’s grace to support couples in their life together, and to join with these couples in our shared witness to the gospel in the world.

Marriage 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.

  • You must have a Michigan issued marriage license
  • 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

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Important Things to Consider

Important Things to Consider

Summer Ceremonies

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


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 / U of M Game Days

Please be sure to check the football schedule before selecting a date. The City of Ann Arbor does not grant special parking on any Saturday that the University of Michigan has a HOME football game.


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

Acolytes lighting candles at the altar

Parish Policies

Parish Policies


One-half of the fees are due to the church within 30 days of reserving a date.

Substance Use

The smoking of tobacco or marijuana and the consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the buildings and on St. Andrew's property at any time.