Weddings

Congratulations!

Thank you for considering Resurrection Life Church as part of your upcoming Grand Rapids area wedding. Our pastors and staff are committed to helping you prepare for your marriage. We are here to serve you from pre-marriage classes to the ceremony, and your reception too.

We are happy to answer your questions. Please see FAQ's listed below.

How much does it cost to have our wedding at ResLife? The fee for most rooms is $650. 

Do you offer options for a wedding with a smaller group of people? Yes, we do. Our welcome center seats up to 40 people comfortably. The fee starts at $150 and depending on your room setup can go up to $350.

What time is the church open for weddings? Friday evening weddings must begin no later than 7 p.m. and conclude by 11 p.m.  Saturday weddings must begin no later than 5 p.m. and all guests need to be out of the building by 8 p.m.  

Do we need to be members of your church to get married here? No, you do not. The price is the same for members and non-members. We do require an RLC Pastor to officiate your wedding ceremony here. Also, bride and groom must attend the 5-week pre-marriage classes prior to their wedding day.

Can we request an RLC Pastor to marry us at another location? Yes, you can. The fee is $250 minimum paid directly to the pastor. The fee may be slightly higher based on the location. All requirements and reservation processes apply.

Can we have our rehearsal dinner and/or wedding reception at ResLife? Yes, The Olive Tree Café or Hospitality Suite are available to host your rehearsal dinner and we have rooms that will cater from 70 up to 450 guests for a beautiful wedding reception. A professional chef will help you to select and prepare the perfect menu for your guest, and our catering service will assure that your event will be handled in a professional manner.

How do we get started? Click here for more information and the wedding application.

 

For this reason, a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh......Matthew 19:5 NKJV