Wedding bells are ringing in New York state. Much media attention has been given to religious leaders and communities who oppose marriage equality, so GLAAD is lifting up the places of worship that are willing and excited to participate in the marriages of all couples.
There are many places of worship in New York that are excited about participating in marriage equality. If you want to host your wedding at a house of worship and receive a blessing on your marriage, then contact one of the many churches, synagogues, congregations, community centers, mosques, temples, or worship centers listed below. These are places of worship that would be delighted to host and officiate your wedding. See full list of places of worship.
Unitarian Church of Staten Island
Rev. Susan Karlson
312 Fillmore Street
Staten Island, NY, 10301
We are a Welcoming Congregation that is friendly, supportive and inclusive of LGBTQ people. The Rev. Susan Karlson, previously joined other Unitarian Universalist clergy in refusing to sign civil marriage certificates until marriage equality passed, while still performing religious ceremonies for everyone. We are thrilled that there is now a law that stands on the side of love in supporting all those who wish to make a commitment to love and cherish one another.