Become A Christian Sunday Morning Bible Classes 9:00 AM |Coffee & Connections 10:00 AM | Worship Services 9:00 & 10:30 AM


Marriage at West Cohasset Chapel


On Marriage….

Marriage is a relationship designed and ordained by God, and its significance is emphasized repeatedly in Scripture.  In light of the Biblical truths surrounding marriage, it is essential that the Church take seriously its participation in a marriage, as well as its responsibility in preparation.  God, in His wisdom, chose the marriage relationship as the example to relate insights about the relationship between Christ and His Bride, the Church.  Just as the Church has a high calling as the Bride of Christ so does a man and woman in preparation for the marriage covenant.

Covenant can be defined as a solemn, binding agreement that reflects the moral nature of God.  The marriage covenant is taken between God, a man and a woman.  Our calling is to reflect Christ in our lives.  Marriage is the next strongest reflection of Christ to the world; furthermore, in a Christian marriage, the Scripture teaches that a healthy marriage, in time, will reflect that.

Who can marry at WCC?

By definition, a Christian marriage is comprised of a man and woman who individually have committed their lives to Jesus Christ.

All applicants are requested to attend WCC regularly for at least 6 months as a couple prior to the application process.  We recommend that couples attending another church take their covenant in that church.

Process Timeline

Typically, at West Cohasset Chapel, from the initial inquiry to completion of premarital sessions is around 6 months.

Average Outline:

* Initial Interest/Premarital Application

* Pastoral Team Interview with Couple

* Pending Approval-Premarital Sessions (6-8 sessions)

* Read Building Use Policy and fill out Building Use Application

Investment

A one-time $25.00 fee to help cover materials

For more information, please call the church office at 218.999.9030 or email secretary@westcohassetchapel.com

 

 

 


Latest Sermon: The Marks that Mark a Deceiver, Part II - Posted April 13, 2014

Download Latest Sermon