We are here to help you to celebrate the joyful times of life. If you are looking at this page because you are planning to get married – congratulations! We will help you through each stage of the planning process and make sure your service is personal to you. A wedding is one of the most joyful and significant events for a couple, and for such a special day, we offer a special place. You’re welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church. We would be delighted to help you to commit your lives to one another and to ask God to bless your marriage.
The process for you booking your wedding with us is this:
Please contact Paula in the Parish Office or Alex the Rector
If you would like to book your wedding at either of our churches please complete the form (accessed via the link below) and either return to the parish office or bring to your first meeting with the Rector
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We will need to confirm your identities and your eligibility to be married in our parish. This is a legal requirement.
We confirm a date and time for your wedding
The Church of England has a really useful Wedding site at https://www.yourchurchwedding.org/ and you will find the answers to many questions as well as suggestions for your wedding service on this site.
Eligibility sounds complicated but you just need to tell us on the form which of these statements you can say ‘yes’ to
We live in the parish
One of us has lived in the parish for at least six months
One of us has connections with the church (Baptism or Confirmation)
One of us has regularly attended services at a church in the parish for a period of at least six months
One of us will regularly attend services at a church in the parish for a period of at least six months
One of our parents or grandparents was married at one of the churches in the parish
One of our parents lived in the parish for at least six months after we were born
One of our parents regularly attended one of the churches in the parish for a period of at least six months