Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and we want your wedding at Davidsonville United Methodist Church to be just that. If you want to have your wedding at our church, we encourage you to contact our Church Secretary, Lauri Adey at 410-798-5511 or via email as soon as possible to learn about the availability of the facilities.
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Christian marriage is a sacred worship experience. Because your relationship has been created with God’s blessing and help, the church believes that it is proper to solemnize this relationship in the reverence of a church service. Your wedding will mean more to you, your families and your friends when there is careful concern for all the aspects of this holy occasion.
Once your wedding date is confirmed, we will assist you as you plan for this happy occasion. We want to do everything possible to make your wedding a beautiful and meaningful experience.
Below are some answers to frequently asked questions about weddings at Davidsonville United Methodist Church: Should I purchase an aisle runner? If it is your preference to use a runner, you will need to purchase one for use at our church. You may wish to contact your florist or order directly from the internet. Can birdseed be thrown as the bridal party leaves the church? Yes, only birdseed is allowed to be thrown outside of the Sanctuary. The use of balloons, rose pedals and/or rice after weddings is prohibited.Should we hand out wedding programs at our ceremony? If you wish to provide a bulletin or program for your service, you may contact a local printer. As another alternative, there are many software packages that offer free wedding program templates.What candles are included in the ceremony? In the sanctuary, altar candles will be available for your use. Additionally, candelabras can be arranged with the Wedding Director in advance. If your ceremony is in the Green Cathedral, you should furnish all candles that you wish to use. In either location, if you wish to use a Unity Candle, you can purchase and provide this for your ceremony. Local stores or internet sites now sell a wide range of unity candle setups, and since this is a personal preference, we encourage bridal parties to make this decision.
DUMC Wedding Director Caroline Scruggs can answer any questions that you may have regarding weddings at our church. She can be reached via email at email@example.com.