Firstly, may we be amongst the first to congratulate you both. A wedding is a wonderful occasion to look forward to but couples often feel the weight of family expectations and personal expense at an early stage.
In the Church of England, we pour a great deal of time and expertise into helping all kinds of couples plan for and enjoy their big day in a way that will reflect their personal hopes, tastes and budget. To start with, we’d recommend you take a look at this official website which has been especially designed to help and guide you. There, you can read real-life stories of how joyous, creative and flexible Church of England weddings can be. If you have any questions, please ‘phone Nicky on 07734 233742.
All Saints’ Church is a picture-postcard building and we do hope you’ll consider being married here. We have modern facilities and a huge car park set in beautiful grounds. Alongside that, the priest conducting your wedding will get to know you, give you as much time as you need to ask questions and help you through, from the little details right up to the big stuff. We all know that marriage is much more than just one perfect day; let us help you work towards both the big day and well beyond it.
But perhaps you have already booked a civil wedding service in the UK or abroad. In that case, we’d like to offer you a service of blessing, either in church or at a venue of your choice. It can happen at any point after your wedding ceremony and, again, the priest will help you through.
However you choose to marry, it doesn’t have to cost thousands to make it a memorable and meaningful day. Why not get in touch – there’s no obligation! Every couple making a booking will also receive our local wedding guide free of charge. This contains comprehensive and clear information about every aspect of preparing for a church wedding, plus ideas for your future together.
Would you like to renew your promises to one another, perhaps on an anniversary or other important date? Do get in touch to speak to Nicky about a special ceremony designed especially for couples like you.
Much as the Vicar, along with many other Church of England clergy, would love to officiate at the wedding ceremonies of same sex couples, this is currently prevented in Law.