Temple and church wedding venues are the most traditional sites to host your nuptials, particularly if you’re planning a religious ceremony. If you and your future spouse want the wedding, not the reception, to be the focus of your special day, then hosting your event at a temple or church wedding venue is particularly meaningful.
All Souls Church welcomes you to hold your wedding ceremony in our Sanctuary. With its cathedral ceiling and stone exterior, our church provides a dramatic yet peaceful setting. We embrace many faiths and lifestyle choices. You may use your own officiant or arrange for the services of our minister,... (Church Weddings Braintree)
If you are looking for a welcoming place to be married, consider First Parish Church. Our historic New England Meeting House, built in 1840, is beautiful and spacious, seating up to 400 comfortably. The classic, Greek Revival interior is striking in daylight, when the soaring windows provide views... (Church Weddings Duxbury)
First Parish in Lexington is a beautiful, historic building which stands at the back of the Battle Green where the Revolutionary War began on April 19, 1775. The period chandeliers, pews made of pine and melodic 1897 Hutchings organ create a romantic and memorable setting for your important day.... (Church Weddings Lexington)
First Parish in Cambridge is located in the heart of historic Harvard Square and offers two options for your ceremony. Our historic Meetinghouse seats up to 600 people. The smaller, Crothers Chapel, seats up to 90 and offers a more intimate space. First Parish in Cambridge is a multifaith,... (Church Weddings Cambridge)
Beauty. History. Sacredness. When you’re thinking about a location for your wedding, commitment ceremony, civil marriage blessing, or renewal of vows, consider all the advantages of historic Emmanuel Church. A short walk from the Boston Public Garden and halfway along the first block of Newbury... (Church Weddings Boston)