Weddings, Funerals, and Special Events

The primary purposes of St. Paul's facility is to provide a safe and beautiful space for worship and fellowship, and to provide a home for missions that serve our broader community.

When our resources and personnel allow, we are honored to be able to host weddings, funerals, receptions, and small private gatherings for church friends and members of the community.

Weddings at St. Paul's

St. Paul's is a beautiful place for a ceremony of holy matrimony led by one of our pastors.

From music to flowers to the vows themselves, each wedding is as different as the brides and grooms themselves. 

Our Sanctuary comfortably seats between 100 and 350 guests.

Our Chapel is a lovely, intimate spot for weddings with 40 or fewer guests.

St. Paul's will work with your wedding coordinator and members of your wedding party to ensure your day goes as smoothly as possible. Member and non-member costs vary. We will be happy to discuss your wedding ceremony in more details. Please contact Pastor Joey at or 301-933-7933 ext 103 to get started.


Under the sure and compassionate hands of our pastors, St. Paul's has hosted intimate family memorials and large community funerals. 

Families have asked to follow the service itself with everything from elegant luncheons at the church to graveside prayer services to directions to local pubs!

Costs vary depending on services provided. To discuss funeral or memorial services, please contact Pastor Pat at, 301-933-7933 ext. 101. 

Our on-site Columbarium, outdoors beside the Sanctuary, is one option for a final resting place for the ashes of departed loved ones. Our columbarium uses custom bronze urns, and each niche comes with corresponding commemorative bronze plaques on a low brick wall. To discuss reserving or making use of the Columbarium, contact Erin Steele, Director of Communication & Administration, at or 301-933-7933 ext 100.

Private Parties

When our rooms are available, St. Paul's has hosted private events including family birthday parties, anniversary dinners, and baby showers. 

We have also served as temporary host for community organizations and meetings for the Historical Society, various community theatre groups, piano recitals, homeowners associations, art exhibits, and job fairs.

Popular requests include the parlor-like Octagon on the main floor with kitchenette access, and the Fellowship Hall, our largest space with full commercial-grade kitchen. 

To discuss social or community events, please contact Facilities Manager, Ms. Tracey Furman, at

Please understand that room rental availability may extremely limited. Outside groups will be prioritized after we have met the needs of church groups and our tenants-in-residence, the Brookewood School.