Weddings

Weddings

We are delighted that you are considering getting married at St Michael’s. We believe that marriage is a gift from God. In the marriage ceremony, a man and woman make a public declaration of lifelong commitment to love each other, come what may. Many couples choose to be married in church because they wish to demonstrate before God that they are serious about the vows they are taking. When we invite God to be a part of this special day, we are asking for his blessing and strength to help us live out our promises. We hope that you will find the following information helpful, but if you have any questions that are not answered here, please contact the Rector, the Reverend William Smith, or Mrs Kerry Vanston-Rumney. If you decide to get married at St Michael’s, as hundreds of couples have done for centuries, we will do all that we can to make your day special.

  • Can we get married at St Michael’s?
  • I am not baptised / do not go to church / am a Roman Catholic. Can I still be married at St Michael’s?
  • I’m divorced. Can I still get married in church?
  • Do we need a licence?
  • How much will it cost?
  • Are children welcome?
  • When can we be married?
  • How do we book a wedding at St Michael’s?
  • We have booked our wedding. What happens next?
  • One of our guests has special needs. Will they be catered for?
  • We’re getting married abroad but we would like a church blessing. Is that possible?
  • We were married at St Michael’s 20 years ago. Can we have a service to renew our vows?
  • We are getting married in another church. How do we arrange for our banns to be called at St Michael’s?