Get Married at Rundle United Church, Banff

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“Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God.  Everyone who loves is born of God and knows God.  If we love one another, God lives in us and God’s love is perfected”  –  1 John 4:7-12.

 

Rundle Memorial United Church, Banff, is located on the main street in one of the most popular tourist and wedding destinations in Canada. For many decades our historic church sanctuary has been the setting of choice for hundreds of local and visiting couples, seeking a beautiful wedding. Our sanctuary seats up to 200 and is adorned with eight beautiful stained-glass windows. You will find traditional wooden pews and other traditional aspects that lend a worshipful, celebratory feel to Rundle’s sanctuary. Rundle United is the perfect place to celebrate all types of weddings, including yours. Look at some other weddings that have taken place at Rundle.

Rundle Memorial is a congregation of the United Church of Canada, a union of Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregationalist Churches formed in June 1925. We at Rundle are quite open to a variety of wedding bookings. Take a look at our wedding preparation guide for more information, and please be in touch if you have any questions.

To check availability, you may reach us by phone 403-762-2075, or email office@rundleunited.ca . The Wedding Booking form is at http://ralphconnor.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/WeddingForm2021-1.pdf For all other questions about your wedding, the Wedding Minister for both Rundle Memorial United Church in Banff and Ralph Connor Memorial United Church in Canmore is Rev. Shannon Mang, mangshannon@gmail.com . Information
about weddings at Ralph Connor, Canmore may be found at http://ralphconnor.ca/weddings/

*COVID-19 NOTICE*: The Government of Alberta has produced a guidance document, outlining the specific guidelines and restrictions for Weddings. Click here for the June 18, 2021 version. Alberta will be proceeding to “stage 3” of its summer reopening plans as of July 1, 2021, but has not yet informed Churches of the full expectations and regulations attached to this stage. We will wait to see the full guidelines of this stage before resuming indoor weddings.