Congratulations on your engagement and upcoming wedding!
Next to receiving Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, choosing a spouse is the most important decision you will make. We believe that marriage is a gift from the Lord, given to us to put His greatness on display for the world to see (James 1:17, Matthew 5:14–16).
We would enjoy the opportunity to host your special day and help you prepare for your new life together! If you are interested in getting married at Wheaton Bible Church and/or by a Wheaton Bible Church pastor, the best place to start is by filling out our Wedding Inquiry Form.
The Event Scheduler will respond back to you with details on next steps. For more information on having a wedding at WBC, download our Wedding Guide (facility and cost details on page 37).
Explore the possibility of having your wedding at WBC by starting with Step 1:
Step 1: Wedding Inquiry Form
Start here to explore date options.
Step 2: Wedding Application
Step 3: Deposit Form
*A $150 deposit is required to secure the date. Final payment is due the week of your wedding.
Participate in Preparation for Marriage Workshop
The process of becoming one happens when you stand before God and your family and friends and present your vows to each other. The process of living as one in a covenant relationship takes some practice and we want to provide you with the tools to get started. For this reason, as you are making plans for your big day, we ask that you participate in this eight-week class, offered in the fall and spring.
Get Involved in Biblical Community
This is an important time to be growing in your faith—both individually and in community—as you prepare to come together as a couple through marriage. Wheaton Bible Church provides many opportunities for you to get connected beyond weekly Sunday morning service attendance. If you are looking for a place to start, attend the two-week BEGIN class in the Visitor Center on Sunday mornings at 11:15 am. In this class, you will learn more about WBC, meet some of our staff, and hear about ways you can get involved in our church, including AsOne, a Sunday morning class specifically designed for 20- and 30-something engaged and newly married couples.