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For more information on Marriage Ministry at our Downtown Campus, contact Scott Hekman.
For more information on Marriage Ministry at our North Campus, contact Brian Benkendorfer.
For more information on Marriage Ministry at our Northwest Campus, contact Kyle Hoover.
For more information on Marriage Ministry at our South Campus, contact Mark Seekins.
For more information on Marriage Ministry at our St. John Campus, contact John Yeng.
Yes! If you’re looking toward marriage but are not yet engaged, you can still participate in premarital counseling.
If you don’t attend The Austin Stone, require virtual counseling accommodations, or have strict scheduling conflict, we encourage you to request a session with Austin Stone Counseling!
We’d love to speak with you! Because we adhere to the teaching of God’s Word, we’ll base the decision on whether or not we can perform your wedding on prayerful study of the biblical principles for divorce and the freedom to remarry according to 1 Corinthians 7, Matthew 5:31-32, Mark 10:11-12, and Luke 16:17-18.
If you attend The Austin Stone, you can request a pastor to officiate your wedding after you’ve enrolled in the Premarital Mentoring Program and been matched with a mentor couple. From there, you’ll receive a link to our Officiate Request Form. If you do not attend The Austin Stone, you can submit a request for a pastor to officiate your wedding.