Church of the Covenant




In an area of Boston filled with cultural monuments and architectural splendor, Church of the Covenant is an architectural and artistic landmark. This Gothic Revival church was erected in 1865-67 by Central Congregational Church, one of the first churches to relocate in the newly filled-in land of Boston's Back Bay. Located just a block from the Boston Public Garden, this stunning church is a beautiful place to exchange vows. The beautiful Tiffany-designed sanctuary was transformed by a gigantic electrified lantern, baptismal font, 42 stained glass windows, mosaics, decorative arches and a paint scheme that united all the elements. The Tiffany windows at Church of the Covenant are integral elements of the stunning church interior. There are 42 Tiffany windows -- 22 ornamental windows in the clerestory and 20 figure windows throughout the sanctuary. They all include "opalescent" glass with its subtle tones and variations that eliminate the need for much painting and allow painterly effects. Picture walking down a long aisle to say “I do” before all the people you love most. A truly unforgettable union takes place at Boston’s Church of the Covenant.

Venue Style



Indoor Ceremony


Max Indoor Ceremony: 750 guests

Time Restrictions

Set up time can start at 11:00AM. Events must end by 6:00PM.

Rental Fees

The rental fee is $2,500 for a ceremony and includes 2 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. Please inquire for off peak pricing and for possible reception booking in the Lower Level Parish Hall. A wedding sexton is included

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Church of the Covenant is estimated at $2,500 for a ceremony only for 100 guests.

Amenities Included

Day-of coordinator
No kitchen
Public garage
Wedding Sexton provided

Special Restrictions

No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.
No catering allowed
Amplified music OK indoors only
Smoking in designated areas only
Music must end by 6:00PM