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We would be honored to host your wedding in our church or on our campus.

The church itself seats 80 persons comfortably. An outdoor wedding space is available on the west side of the church and west lawn. The church is a simple, yet beautiful, structure basically the same as it was when built in 1856.

If you’re looking for a traditional and historic church building to have your wedding, Holy Trinity is the church for such a wedding. It’s intimate, inviting and personal.

You do not have to be Episcopalian to be married in our church but one of the couple must be a baptized Christian, that the service be attested by at least two witnesses and that the marriage conform to the laws and the canons of this Church.

In order to be married in Holy Trinity, the hope would be that you would become active members of our faith community. If that isn’t possible, then we would hope that you would join a faith community in your new location. You would also be required to take a minimum of four classes to explore the meaning of the sacrament of marriage, your compatibility with one another and the expectations of each other in a married state. This would be conveniently scheduled so as not to be a burden to you. You would have an initial meeting with the priest to review the wedding liturgy, discuss the vows and the logistics of the wedding service.



The following are expenses, which will be considered for use of the church.

Fees are being updated. Please call church office for information.




Altar servers 



HTEC Members 





HTEC does not supply a soloist – arrangements must be made personally

  • We do not allow the throwing of rice, confetti or other objects which may be a hazard or create maintenance problems.
  • A reception may be catered and served or arranged with the HTEC committee.
  • Use of the parish hall is $50 for HTEC members and $100 for non-members.
  • We observe a no smoking, no alcohol policy.
  • A HTEC member will be present to answer questions and assist as necessary.
  • All arrangements must be made with the clergy.
  • *Other fees such as for candles, candelabra and bulletin costs may be discussed.