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Celebrate Your Wedding at All Saints

We are thrilled that you want to celebrate your marriage in All Saints Church!  We welcome the opportunity of supporting you in your commitment to each other and we hope that your wedding here will strengthen your relationship. We have clergy available for traditional Episcopal weddings, however we also welcome you to have your minister officiate. 

 We offer you a complete wedding all at one convenient location.


A beautiful old Florida Carpenter Gothic style church with Pipe organ

A parish hall for your reception

A gazebo for outside events

Plenty of Parking



For details select from the menu on the right or stop by to visit our campus.

For additional information or to make an appointment to visit, contact our Parish Office.

(727) 937-3881 

If you are not regularly attending church, we invite you to workship with us. Our Sunday services are at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Our office hours are Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Our Campus

The first reaction of so many people who visit All Saints Episcopal Church is,“What a beautiful little church.”  The historic building sits on a slight hill overlooking Keystone Road, its white walls and bell tower are eye-catching. But walk through the red front doors and you truly feel like you’ve stepped into another time. The church is 130 years old, filled with many memories of those who lived, worshipped and participated in services within its walls. All the loving touches are there. The history of the church is reflected in the beautiful stained glass windows, the rich red carpeting that leads to the needlepoint kneelers, the altar and the graceful pipes and the rich sounds from the organ when it’s played.  It is a place that invites quiet reflection, but also welcomes joyous celebrations.  The lovely little church can seat 200 for a wedding. The Parish Hall, ideal for a reception, can seat 80 for a sit down meal.

If a couple wants an outdoor ceremony, the gazebo in the garden offers a tranquil setting. It also is ideal for a vow renewal ceremony.

 Weddings are special moments in life, filled with loving memories and  celebrations to mark a couple’s new life together. All Saints is a place that welcomes everyone and opens its doors to share with others.

Church Santuary


The Parish Hall, ideal for a reception, seats 80 for a sit down meal.

Tables and chairs are provided.

Greene Hall


Greene Hall may be used for a reception for up to three hours following a service.  As a general rule, the Parish Hall must be left in the condition in which it was found. The church is able to provide tables and chairs only. We have a kitchen and restrooms in the Hall. A member of the Parish Life committee is happy to assist in kitchen orientation. A Parish Hall use form must be submitted to reserve the space, form available on request.

Reception Area

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General Guidelines


At least sixty days’ notice must be given before the date of the marriage.

Arrangements for altar flowers can be made through the church. We request that altar flowers remain in the church for the following Sunday services. Deliveries of flowers can be made to the church on the day of the wedding. Other flower arrangements should be removed from the church immediately following the service. Wedding coordinators, if present, are happy to assist with transporting flowers to the reception.

 A license from the State of Florida must be obtained.

Bulletins for the wedding service are not provided by the church. However, a member of the clergy is happy to provide support, examples and needed information.

Photographers and Videographers are to consult with the officiant and Altar Guild member before the service.

 Marriages are celebrated any day except on Sundays, during Holy Week, Christmas and usually not during Lent.


 Episcopal Weddings:


Pre-Marital Instruction

Pre-marital instruction takes place with the priest performing the ceremony, other clergyperson,or with a licensed counselor for a minimum of 4 hours (not including initial visit and rehearsal).



One of the parties must be baptized before a couple may begin preparation for marriage in the Church.



If one of the parties has been divorced, the Bishop may need to consent to the solemnization of the marriage.

The Rite and Other Customs

The form and practice of The Book of Common Prayer are followed at All Saints’. The BCP contains The Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage. Additional ceremonial acts are at the discretion of the priest.We welcome a church wedding with the couple providing their own officiant, with prior approval from the priest.


Holy Eucharist

Holy Eucharist is often part of the Marriage service because in it we participate in the heavenly banquet where we are bound together in the holy mysteries of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. If desired, a service without Eucharist may be appropriate.



A member of the clergy will go over the service with you and help you to choose appropriate readings from scripture. The scripture choices are found on page 426 of The Book of Common Prayer. It is appropriate for members of family or friends to read the Old Testament and Epistle as well as the Prayers of the People. A member of the clergy reads the Gospel.



A member of the clergy or choir director is pleased to work with you on selection of appropriate hymns from the three Episcopal hymnals (The Hymnal1982, Wonder, Love and Praise, Lift Every Voice and Sing). Please keep in mind that we have copyright clearance for only those hymns printed in the hymnals that we use regularly.


Bulletins for the wedding service are not provided by the church. However, a member of the clergy is happy to provide support, examples and needed information.

Photographs and Videotaping

Photographers and Videographers are to consult with the officiant and Altar Guild member before the service.

Wedding Fees


There is no cost for the services of the priest.

 In general, the following fees are associated with a marriage service at All Saints:

                         Gift to the Church

                         Organist (Optional)


                         Use of Parish Hall

Actual fees may vary depending on the season and any special circumstances. Please contact the Parish Office at 727-937-3881 for details.


 Not included in Above

  • Flowers

  • Musicians

  • Additional fee for the organist when extra rehearsal or planning time is involved


Note: The marriage license should also be brought to the parish office prior to the wedding ceremony.

           We have clergy available, however we welcome you to have your minister officiate.


 A 50% deposit is required when scheduling. Final payment due on or before wedding date.

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