Wedding Committee

The wedding committee answers questions concerning wedding protocol prior to the wedding, assists the priest at wedding rehearsals, sets up the church prior to weddings, assists with wedding ceremonies and Masses, and returns the church to order following weddings.

For more information, please contact Rosemary Spanos at [email protected]

Wedding Committee Questionnaire

This form is to be completed by couples who have already met with a priest at St. Agnes for their marriage preparation and will be getting married at St. Agnes.  It should be submitted one month prior to the scheduled wedding date.  If you would like to begin the process of marriage preparation at St. Agnes, please complete the Request for Marriage Preparation.


  • Bride's Information

  • Groom's Information

  • Wedding Information

  • Wedding Party

  • Please indicate how many for each of the following.

  • Parents to be Seated Formally

  • Escorts

  • Please indicate who will be escorting the following. If a field is not applicable, please type "N/A" Please have made your choices before the rehearsal.

  • Details of Wedding

  • Remember, if it is a Mass, you can have two people bring up the offering, three people read scriptures, as well as two people pass out the programs.

  • A Nuptial Mass is a Mass celebrated for a wedding. A wedding ceremony does not include the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
  • Music Selections

  • Please indicate the music which you have chosen to be played at the following parts of the ceremony:

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