Classic Vermont Weddings at First Congregational Church
This Historic Church
First Congregational Church of Manchester, Vermont is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the loveliest and most sought-after wedding venues in New England. Established in 1784, the church is located in Manchester Village, nestled in the Green Mountains of southwestern Vermont.
The tall spire of the church's beautiful, white Victorian architecture rises majestically before the mountains and is featured in many
Vermont postcards and photography.
FCC is the ideal location for a picture-perfect church wedding. As you step inside the sanctuary you see the wonderful, warm wood of the interior, with sunlight beautifully playing off the magnificent stained glass windows. You and your loved ones will sense that you are in the presence of God.
You are invited to contact us with questions
or to receive a wedding contract.
In a Charming
Situated in the heart of our historic village, the church is a complement to the venerable Equinox Resort and Spa, and couples may design their wedding to utilize both venues.
Nearby Hildene, the restored summer estate of Robert Todd Lincoln, is also a popular reception location.
At FCC, we are committed to making your wedding day
a beautiful and blessed experience.
Photo credits: Lee Krohn