Kensington Wedding: Two Hearts That Beat as One

The Chapel of Kensington Church in Troy was the site of Stephanie and Chris’s wedding. Pastor Tom Donnelly officiated and it was clear that he had known the couple for quite some time. It was a God driven service with many personal touches. The couple chose romantic contemporary music for the prelude and we always enjoy that. It’s a fun change of pace to play Bittersweet Symphony, Viva la Vida, and Unchained Melody. Stephanie is a pianist and we had the unique opportunity to play one of her compositions for her own bridal processional. What a delight! It was majestic yet tender and completely fit the setting of Kensington’s Chapel. During the lighting of the unity candle, three friends, Jim, Tom, Julie and our violinist Allison, performed David Crowder’s “You’re Everything”. Julie sang beautifully and it was a tender moment in the service. Congratulations to Chris and Stephanie on their wedding and the exciting years to come.

Kensington Troy

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