Our beliefs and guidelines regarding wedding ceremonies held in the Grace Church chapel


Thank you for your interest in having Grace Church host your wedding. We believe God created marriage as one of His most sacred gifts, and we consider it a great honor and responsibility to be involved in such an important decision.


Please begin by reading our Wedding Policy. It provides an overview of the beliefs, expectations, people, and procedures that shape every wedding in Grace Church. Reserving your date on the calendar in the next step will require your agreement with this document.

This form is due when securing your wedding date on our calendar. It includes your indication of compliance with our wedding policy, choice of wedding officiant, and choice of preferred wedding date(s). Begin your wedding preparations by delivering this completed form to the church office.

This form is due within one month of securing your wedding date. It includes an initial, non-refundable deposit of $250, your choice of a pre-marital counseling program, your choice of a photographer and videographer, and an indication of having met with your wedding officiant.

This form is due no later than one month before your wedding date. It includes the full payment for all costs the church incurs in hosting your wedding, a full list of the music in your wedding, a list of any vocalists and instrumentalists, and any audio or video files which will be used during your ceremony.

Final Details

Please do not forget to apply for your marriage license. Without a judge’s approval, your ceremony may only be performed after a 72-hour waiting period and within a 30-day expiration period. Both the bride and groom must be present to apply for your marriage license. Visit the Wichita County Clerk’s marriage license page for details.

Meet the Team

Our staff are happy to answer any questions you may have about weddings, our policies, calendar dates, and required forms.

Sarah Johnson

Lead Ministry Assistant

Sarah joined our ministry staff in 2023 and supports our Senior and Executive Pastors in addition to coordinating support for the rest of the pastoral team. She has been married to Jim since 2007 and they have one son, Jacob. They have been members of Grace since September of 2019.

Sarah is currently working on her Masters of Christian Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. When she has spare time, she can probably be found running, reading, and rooting for the Texas Rangers (finally World Series champs!) with her husband, family, or Community Group.

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