Religious Ceremonies and Church Locations
Couples wishing to exchange their vows in an intimate, serene surrounding will be pleased to know that Québec City is surrounded by many unique churches of various religions and architecture style. Do not hesitate to communicate with the listed contacts about the special arrangement that will be taken care by each parish. They will be pleased to assist you for the ideal wedding venue in Quebec.
Louis Lafrance Wedding Officiant
Phone number : 418-658-8765
Isabelle Radford, Intimate ceremonies design, offering packages
Phone number: (418) 681-1109
Packages include : Louis Lafrance wedding officiant – musicians - flowers – superb outdoor venues close to the Château Frontenac – decor as chairs, antique table, flowers and photographers.
Suggested sites : Governors’ Garden, the Plains of Abraham (The Pierre-Dugua-de-Mons Belvedere, which offers a breathtaking 180 degree view of the river and Castle, or the Jeanne-d’Arc Garden). In case of rain or in the winter months, your ceremony will be celebrated in one of the beautiful Castle’s salon.
YOUR CIVIL UNION IN QUEBEC
Your wedding will be civilly recognized and registered with the Directeur de l’État Civil (Quebec Government). Your celebrant will take care of the legal documents on your behalf and he will as well customise a unique ceremony for you.
You will have to provide to the celebrant a copy of your birth certificate, as well as your divorce decree or spouse’s death certificate, if applicable. Other personal information may also be required to complete your file. In the province of Quebec, it is not necessary to obtain a marriage license or to have a blood test in order to be married.
Sex of the spouses: In Quebec, two people wishing to make a public commitment to live together may form a civil marriage, whether they are of the same or opposite sex.
After the ceremony, you may order an official marriage certificate that will be recognized by your province, state or country of residence.
Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral
The oldest on the continent, north of Mexico
Located in the heart of Old Quebec, a 5 minutes walk from the Castle.
Place de l'Hôtel de Ville, Quebec G1R 4A1
Phone number: (418) 692-2533
Notre-Dame des Victoires Church
The oldest stone church in North America, in the historical, cobbled stone streets of Place Royale, a 10 minutes walk from the hotel
32, rue Sous-le-Fort, Quebec G1K 4G7
Phone number: (418) 692-1650
Overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, a 10 minutes drive from the hotel
761, boul. Champlain, Quebec G1K 4J6
Phone number: (418) 522-1326
Facing the Plains of Abraham, Neo-Gothic Style
175, Grande-Allée Ouest, Quebec G1R 2H1
Phone number: (418) 522-3963
Cathedral Holy Trinity
A few steps from the Castle, modeled after
31, rue des Jardins, Quebec G1R 4L6
Phone number: (418) 692-2193
Quebec Baptist Church
Built in 1919, Tudor style inspired architecture
70, Grande-Allee Ouest, Quebec G1R 2G6
Phone number: (418) 523-0663
United Churches of Canada
Chalmers-Westley United Church
Will celebrate all denomination and religion weddings
Within the walls of Old Québec, walking distance from the hotel
78, rue Sainte-Ursule, Quebec G1R 4E8
Phone number: (418) 692-2640
St.Andrew's Presbyterian Church
The oldest English-speaking congregation, from Scottish origin
5, rue Cook, Quebec G1R 4P3
Phone number: (418) 694-1347
Jewish Orthodox Church
Beth Israël Jewish Synagogue
A 15 minutes drive from the hotel
Contact person: Rabbi David Lewin
1251-53, Place de Mérici, Sillery (Quebec)
Phone number: (418) 688-3277
Greek Orthodox Church
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
A 10 minutes drive from the hotel
17, boul. René-Lévesque Est, Quebec G1R 2A9
Phone number: (418) 523-8564
Law Court Civil Union
Québec City Law Court
10 minute drive from the hotel
300, boul. Jean-Lesage, Quebec G1K 8K6
Phone number: (418) 649-3508
Wedding Ceremonies at the Castle
The rich warm castle feeling of our banquet rooms will be sure to create the perfect ambiance for your Quebec wedding ceremony. Should you wish to be married on site, please contact a celebrant (listed below) who will assist you with all of the legal and ceremonial aspects.