West Virginia Wedding Locations

Gay Wedding Locations In The State Of West Virginia

West Virginia has a federal Defense Of Marriage Act as law. West Virginia defines marriage as a legal union between a man and woman and prohibit recognition of same-gender marriages granted by other states. There is no constitutional amendment against same-sex couples marrying either.

Though there is no legal way for gays to marry in West Virginia, you can still have a commitment ceremony. Listed below are some location in West Virginia where you can have those ceremonies.

  • Rev. Susan W. Taylor: A church that believes in serving its community, including holy sacraments, no matter what the lifestyle of the person is. Located in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. Contact Susan W. Taylor for pricing and reservations. Phone: 1-304-258-6611.

  • Rev. Msgr. Michael K. Carroll: Michael a caring, and compassionate person, will cater your wedding to your specific needs. Any and all fees he collects goes to charity. Theses fees help support the local women's abuse shelter. Contact Rev. Msgr. Michael K. Carroll for reservations. Phone: 540-856-3223.

  • Rev. Len De Roche Rev. Len De Roche is available, for a traditional ceremony, or a more alternative one. Depending on the needs of the couple. Located in Charleston, WV. Contact Rev. Len De Roche for pricing and cavalla. Phone: 1-304-345-5042.