Tennessee Wedding Locations

Gay Wedding Locations In The State Of Tennessee

Tennessee is another state that has a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage on the ballot in November of 2006. The ACLU tried, with no luck, to keep the amendment off the November ballot. The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled, that the ACLU “failed to establish that they have standing to bring this lawsuit.” From the tone of the courts, it sounds like they sent a clear and concise message, that too many times, the ACLU and the homosexual movement uses the courts to circumvent the democratic process.

It is not legal for same-sex couples to marry in Tennessee, but you can still have a lovely commitment ceremony at some of the locations listed below.

  • Rev. Jeff Briere: The Unitarian Universalistic Church has been marrying gay couples for years. Although these marriages may not be legal in Tennessee's eyes, with the blessing of the church, I'm sure they are just fine in God's eyes. Located in Chattanooga, TN. Contact Rev. Jeff Briere for pricing and reservations. Phone: 1-423-624-2985.

  • Magical Ceremonies: Jill Volpe an ordained minister, offers a very spiritual ceremony for you and your partner. Jill is committed to assisting you in creating a ceremony that is a true "reflection" of each of you and a true "expression" of the love you share. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact Rev. Jill Volpe, MBA for pricing and reservations. Phone: 1-865-771-0634.

  • Westside Unitarian Universalist Church: The Westside Unitarian Universalist Church is opened to gay, lesbian, trans gendered, and their family's. Performing commitment ceremonies for years, the Unitarian Universalist Church has the experience and the extra love you don't always find in some. Located in Knoxville, TN. Contact Westside Unitarian Universalist Church. No available number given.