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Grace Episcopal Church

Filed in About Koru Ceremony, Wedding — July 9, 2013

 

In addition to being a wedding officiant, I am also the wedding coordinator at Grace Episcopal Church.  Grace has been our home parish for almost 30 years and I have been the wedding coordinator since 2005.

This week the Monday post from  This Week at Grace featured weddings.  In addition to giving a little information about why couples like to get married at Grace, it also featured a great video from a recent wedding.

If you are interested in more information about weddings at Grace, be sure to check out the Grace Church Wedding Page or the Grace Church Madison Wedding Facebook Page where you will find photos from previous weddings. Or contact me directly at patwerk@gmail.com or 608.213.7558.

 

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