Weddings at UBC

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! At UBC, weddings are a sacred experience, uniting two individuals as one in the presence of God. Please review our Weddings Policies and contact Debi Roche with any questions or to book your date.

Pre-marital counseling is strongly encouraged. Counseling is done in a series of four sessions, with a fee of $35 for materials. Please contact Katie Harrison to schedule this time in advance.

Wedding Policies

(Wedding photos featured by Liesl Claire Photography)

Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that a man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.” Genesis 2:18

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How far out do you book?

A: Church Members may be scheduled up to 15 months in advance for ceremonies in the Sanctuary or Watson Chapel. Confirmation of dates will be given only after a personal conference with the UBC Wedding Representative and by payment of a $100 reservation fee. This fee is non-refundable.

Non-Members may be scheduled up to 12 months in advance for ceremonies in the Sanctuary or Watson Chapel. Confirmation of dates will be given only after a personal conference with the UBC Wedding Representative and by payment of a $200 reservation fee. This fee is non-refundable.

Q: What does the basic fee include?

A: The following are included with basic fees

  • Custodian services
  • Wedding Coordinator services
  • Sound/lighting technician- the lighting/sound technician can provide an audio recording of the ceremony. This arrangement should be made when reservations are confirmed.
  • Pre-marital advisement (optional)

Q: What is the physical address of the chapel to use on invitations?

A: University Baptist Church 2720 Wabash Avenue Fort Worth, Texas 76109

Q: How do I make a payment? Who do I make checks out to?

A: You may send or bring in a check made out to University Baptist Church

Checks may be mailed to: 2720 Wabash Avenue Fort Worth, Texas 76109

Q: Can I bring in my own officiant?

A: If the minister performing the ceremony is not on staff at UBC, please inform the UBC Wedding Representative and verify that your minister is legally licensed to marry couples.

Q: Can we get married on a Sunday?

A: Church facilities are not available for weddings on:

  • Sundays
  • Holidays or holiday weekends, including New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
  • Dates of Texas Christian University home football games
  • Dates of scheduled church activities

Q: Who may be married at the chapel?

A: University Baptist Church strongly affirms the Biblical teachings of a traditional marriage between one man and one woman. The church does not sanction and will not permit same-sex marriages.