The commitment to a life-long union is a very special one, and we are happy that you are considering celebrating your special day with the Christ Church Cathedral community.

Couples wishing to celebrate their wedding at the Cathedral should contact the Cathedral Office to find out more, and to make further arrangements. 

Cathedral weddings are the best

Cathedral weddings all take place as a part of Christian worship in the Anglican tradition.

The Cathedral welcomes all who are serious about deepening their Christian faith and strengthening their relationship to the Cathedral. The Cathedral is a caring community filled with people who believe and who doubt, people who experience joy and sorrow, people who are seeking companions on the journey of life, and all that it entails. 

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Tying the Knot?
Take the next step

Cathedral clergy are ready to discuss your plans for the day.

Your next step is to make an appointment through the Cathedral office. One of the Cathedral's priests will meet with you, get to know you, and walk you through the shape of the Anglican wedding liturgy.

Together, you will discuss the flow, music, readings, and prayers for the service.

Marriage Preparation

Any successful long-term relationship takes work. That's why all couples seeking marriage at the Cathedral are connected with an approved marriage preparation course.

This course provides both partners with a chance to work together to discuss those things that might challenge your marriage, and to identify and celebrate all that makes your relationship strong.

Planning Your Reception

In addition to the church space upstairs, the Cathedral has several beautiful spaces on the lower level to host small and medium sized receptions. 

The Park Room on the Cathedral's lower level is a bright, airy space with large windows overlooking the gardened waterfall on Burrard Street. The Park Room has a capacity of up to 60 people depending on the nature of your gathering.

The Parish Hall is a higher capacity room suited for receptions, with a capacity of up to 160 people for a stand up reception, or 90 for a seated meal.