Getting Married at Kingsland

Milestone 7: Preparing and Growing Marriages that reflect the image of God.


Thank you for your interest in getting married at Kingsland! Kingsland is a great place to get married. We have 2 venues to choose from. Our worship center seats 1,150 people and has all the sound and technical capability that may be needed. Our most unique venue is the garden. This is a beautiful outdoor wedding locale that can host about 30 people. The beautiful fountain and lush landscape make for a very intimate setting.

If you are interested in being married on campus at Kingsland, you need to be aware of a few things:  We place emphasis on the importance of scheduling the wedding as far in advance as possible (though not more than 1 year in advance). We require that you schedule your wedding at least 90 days in advance so you have time to complete the wedding process.

  • A couple is eligible to be married at Kingsland when the bride, groom, parents, or guardian is a member of Kingsland; or, if the bride or groom is a former member of Kingsland who no longer lives in the Katy area, i.e., college students.
  • We do not schedule weddings or wedding receptions on Sundays, New Year's Day, Easter Weekend, Memorial Day Weekend, Saturdays before and after VBS, Independence Day, Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or New Years Eve.
  • All couples who desire to be married at Kingsland must complete one of the Preparing for Marriage Options.
  • Wedding Fees: Click Here
  • Each of our pastors at Kingsland perform wedding ceremonies, but are limited in availability based on other commitments.
  • Contact Jessica Molinari at 281-675-7862 or to set up a consultation.


Pre-Marriage Covenant

In order to be married at Kingsland or to be married by a Kingsland Pastor at another venue, you must agree to the following commitments in the Pre-Marriage Covenant:

Commitment to Covenant Marriage

According to the Bible, marriage is a covenant agreement between one man, one woman, and God for the duration of life. A covenant is much different than a contract. A contract is by definition based on distrust. It is designed to protect individual parties in the event that one or the other of the parties does not fulfill the original agreement. Marriage is not a contract, but a covenant. A covenant is based on trust. A covenant agreement is made at the beginning of married life based on trust in God and His design for the family found in Genesis Chapter 2. We take this covenant seriously in model and in message at Kingsland.

Commitment to Christ

According to the Bible, marriage should be between a man and a woman who both profess their faith in Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 6:14-18). In order to be married at Kingsland, both of you must have accepted Christ as your personal Lord and Savior.

Commitment to Purity

According to the Bible, sex is God's design for intimacy that is to be shared only in the context of marriage. Christians can practice their commitment to purity by not living together and remaining sexually pure. In order to be married at Kingsland we ask that you remain committed to purity.

For Those Previously Married

For those of you who have been previously married, we ask you to make the following additional commitment as you prepare for the challenges that blended families or second marriages bring. We ask that you attend DivorceCare or some kind of equivalent ministry. DivorceCare is a nationwide ministry and is offered here at Kingsland. We believe it is important for you to allow yourself time to heal from your previous marriage and to grow in your personal relationship with God.



Below are the steps to successfully complete the premarital requirements for getting married at Kingsland or by a pastor from Kingsland:

*Note: We require that you schedule your wedding at least 90 days in advance so you have time to complete the wedding process.

  1. Fill out the Wedding Reservation Form and submit it to Jessica Molinari. 
  2. Meet with Kingsland's Marriage Counselor Doug Valot to discuss the Preparing for Marriage Program.
  3. Meet with Jessica Molinari to discuss your wedding date, availability of building, and the pastor who will perform your ceremony.
  4. Meet with the pastor performing your ceremony to sign your Pre-Marriage Covenant and plan your wedding ceremony.
  5. Complete the Preparing for Marriage Program Plan.