Thinking of getting married?
We're so pleased that you're considering marriage, the fulfilment of God's lifelong plan for men and women in relationship together. We'd love you to come and talk with us about it. Click on the link below to find details of weddings and marriage within the Church of England.C of E Marriage
The full ceremony
An authorised service for the marrying of couples, who have never been married before, and who have not been through any type of legal marriage service.
A simple service designed for couples who have had a Civil Marriage Ceremony in the UK or abroad, and want to have a church service afterwards.
Give thanks and renew vows.
This is a service for those who wish to renew their marriage vows.
One or both of you must live within our Parish boundary (if you are unsure of this please ask), or one or both of you or your family must have an association to our Parish (if you are unsure of this please ask).
No. It is not a legal requirement for you to have been baptized, to hold your marriage ceremony here in our Parish.
Yes. As long as the Church of your choice is free and the vicar agrees, it is possible for this to take place on any day of the week, but please be aware that Saturday is the most popular day to hold a wedding & Sunday times are limited.
Your Church wishes you a lifetime of love that grows within God\’s protection. We recognise that some marriages do fail for all sorts of sad and painful reasons. If either of you is divorced this does not invariably mean you cannot be married in church and you will need to discuss your situation with our vicar. At that point, we can decide whether a wedding can take place in Church or whether we offer a service of Thanksgiving (very like marriage service but without vows) following on from a civil ceremony.