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3 Reviews for St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
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Sutton · Married on 09/16/2017
St. Paul's Presbyterian Church is an amazing place for a wedding. I said I was the happiest bride standing next to Lance (groom) being in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. The inside of the church is beautiful. Our florist even said-you don't need many flowers because the natural beauty of the sanctuary speaks for itself. We had our ceremony and reception there which made for a great transition from ceremony to reception. The staff at St. Paul is one of the best! They met with us regarding every detail. The music and ceremony all coincided with our vision and values that reflected us a couple.Sent on 12/13/2017
Alyssa · Married on 06/10/2011
The woman booking the weddings, although it says on her card "wedding planner", is NOT. She will not be there on your wedding day, or rehearsal. She will pan off duties to others and screw you over. Great venue, terrible wedding booker. NOT recommended.Sent on 06/20/2011
User4400122 · 2+ years ago
I had a terrible experience with St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. The church coordinator would be unresponsive for weeks and would then reply to only a portion of our questions. She was unaware of how many chairs they offered, what time we could enter the church, if they offered music and what was included in the wedding package. When we asked if they offered an officiant, she responded with her husband's contact information. He said he would provide required premarital counseling for $500 and then officiate for $350.Sent on 09/15/2014
The interior is in terrible condition as they recently removed all of their pews and put down grey carpeting. Their only accessible restrooms are located upstairs which would be difficult for elderly guests. They don't have a bridal parlor and thus recommend everyone arrive ready. Parking is an even greater hassle.
We ended up canceling our contract with St. Paul's Presbyterian. When my fiance contacted the church coordinator to see what we should do, she avoided our phone calls and then pretended to be someone else. We finally had to contact a Deacon in order to officially cancel our contract.
Save yourself the trouble and book elsewhere!