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Pisgah United Methodist Church is delighted that you are considering to plan your wedding here!

Marriage is a civil contract between a man and woman and the state. When a marriage is performed in the context of Christian worship, the proclamation of the gospel of reconciliation in Jesus Christ is a promise of blessing to the marriage. As the woman and man respond affirmatively to this proclamation, their marriage is in the Lord.

Kay McSwain is Pisgah’s wedding director for all weddings. She will meet with the couple prior to the wedding rehearsal to help with all the wedding procedures, etiquette, ect. On the night of the rehearsal, she will be present to instruct ushers, place members of the wedding party, and assure they get in and out of the church at the appropriate time. On the wedding day, Mrs. McSwain will assist bridesmaids in dressing, help with any unforeseen difficulties, and get members of the wedding party into the church proper order and on time.


Please contact Kay McSwain at 843-669-4182

or the Church at 843-662-9611 for more information.


If you desire to be married at Pisgah United Methodist Church, please note the following:


  • Reservation for weddings are scheduled through the church office at 843-662-9611, on a first come, first-serve basis for Pisgah members. The church is available on a limited basis to non-members. Foe non-members, reservations cannot be confirmed more than ninety (90) days prior to the wedding date of the wedding.


  • The minister is the church’s official representative and witness, and must be contacted at least two months prior to the wedding date to allow sufficient time for counseling and planning. If you wish to have someone other than the current pastor officiate at your wedding, inform the Pisgah pastor and ask him/her to issue an invitation to the visiting minister. The guest minister must be an Ordained Minister and is expected to abide by the guidelines set forth in this policy.


  • The minister’s responsibilities include not only directing the rehearsal and the wedding, but also spending time with the couple in (3) required pre-marital counseling sessions. The couple, after scheduling the wedding, is responsible for contracting the pastor and arranging for the counseling sessions.


  • Weddings may not be scheduled on the following days: Friday or Saturday prior to Christmas, Christmas Eve or Christmas Day or Monday- Saturday of Holy Week.


 Betsy & Frank’s Wedding


Julie Livingston Photography


Julie Livingston Photography


Julie Livingston Photography


Julie Livingston Photography


Julie Livingston Photography

Picture provided by Jennifer McCrackenwedding 2


Pictures provided by Jennifer McCracken

Pictures provided by Jennifer McCracken



Picture provided by Betty Bailey and it is the wedding of Lynn Bailey and Andrew H. Newsom which took place on December l6, 1995.

Pictures provided by Dena Altman

of  daughter Mary Helen Altman and now son-in-law Stephen Willliamson were wed at Pisgah on April  27, 1996.



Picture provided by Dena Altman