GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex marriages are legal in all 50 states, city halls and churches have been busy with eager couples.
On Friday we showed you video of couples in Muskegon tying the knot at the courthouse, now, Grand Rapids is following suit.
At the Fountain Street Church Monday afternoon, no couples had tied the knot yet, but there are pastors on standby ready to help facilitate the union.
"As an ordained minister, when I used to sign wedding licenses before in the state of Michigan, I would kind of take this moment as I signed and feel like, oh, this isn't quite right because this isn't something that all couples have access to," said Reverend Elizabeth Barnum. "So I know when I'll be signing certificates from now on, it's going to feel good knowing that marriage is something that all couples have access and a right to."