The commitment to a life-long union is a special and joyous occasion. The cathedral welcomes everyone, including same-sex couples, to be married here, as long as one partner in the union is a baptized Christian.
Interested in being married or having your union blessed at Grace Cathedral? A great way to get started is to read these*:
After reading these resources, please contact our Wedding Coordinator by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at 415-749-6328.
*Please note that we will be increasing our wedding package prices by 20%, effective on September 1st, 2017. Our last increase was more than ten years ago, so we find it necessary to raise our rates to account for inflation and growing costs. Bookings made before September 1st will be locked in at the current prices listed in the documents above.
There are five beautiful, distinctive venues for weddings and blessings at Grace Cathedral. Which one is is right for your special day?
The Nave is the main central area of Grace Cathedral. With 90-foot ceilings, sweeping archways, and 26 stained glass windows, it is a rare and stunning space. With a large seating capacity and wonderful acoustics, the Nave is perfect for larger weddings.
Accommodates 100 – 1,000
The Great Quire
The Great Quire is the area behind the Altar in the main area of the church. It houses an Aeolian-Skinner organ with over 7,300 pipes. It is often the chosen location for smaller weddings within the vastness of the Nave space.
Accommodates 100 – 180
The Chapel of Grace
The Chapel of Grace is an intimate side chapel attached to the main church and is the oldest part of the cathedral. It has 15 stained glass windows and the beautiful acoustics make it an ideal space for smaller, more intimate weddings.
Accommodates 10 – 114
The Labyrinth is a unique setting just inside the entrance to the Cathedral. It features the beautifully executed limestone Chartres’ labyrinth on the floor. Guests sit around the circular labyrinth. It is a lovely space for smaller, more intimate weddings.
Accommodates 100 – 150
The Chapel of the Nativity
The Chapel of the Nativity includes an Adoration mural above the Altar and walls hung with 17th century French tapestries. A truly intimate space, it is ideal for the smallest weddings.
Accommodates 2 – 20