Wedding at First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor

Congratulations to Sandra and Charles on their recent wedding in Ann Arbor. The event had a spring feel to it with the bridal party in gorgeous light green gowns accented by pink roses while the flowers on the alter incorporated vibrant pink Dahlias. The bridal party processed to Pachelbel’s Canon while Sandra chose the traditional processional of Wagner’s Bridal Chorus. Schubert’s Ave Maria was played for the lighting of the Unity Candle.
It was obvious that special care went into the planning of the day as all aspects came together beautifully. Special thanks to Betty the wedding coordinator and Michele the organist who added her music to ours on the processional and recessional.
The First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor has a rich history. The original Congregational Church building on the corner of Fifth and Washington Streets in Ann Arbor was dedicated on June 21, 1849. As membership grew, a resolution was passed to build a new church building at the present location at the corner of State Street and William Street in Ann Arbor. The cornerstone was laid on June 23, 1872. On May 10, 1876, the present building was dedicated.

Best wishes to Sandra and Charles as they begin their married life together.

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