We are always delighted to welcome and help couples who wish to get married at All Saints'. It is an opportunity to celebrate and experience God's love, blessing and faithfulness. We place a high value on proper preparation before the wedding day in order to help you make the most of your marriage over the years.
If one or both of you live within the parish then you may legally marry at All Saints'. If this is not the case, then it may still be possible to get married here if you have a certain kind of connection. Whatever your circumstances, there are legal preliminaries for all couples and we are keen to help you. The organist will go through the music and can arrange for the choir to attend. The flower arrangers can work to your colour scheme.
Although the Church of England teaches that marriage is ideally lifelong, we recognise that sadly sometimes things do go wrong. We wish to help people make a new start, so if you or your partner have been divorced with a former spouse still living, it may be possible to marry at All Saints' in exceptional circumstances, or have a Service of Prayers and Blessing after Civil Marriage.
Whatever your circumstances, to take the first step contact the Vicar who will be very happy to discuss your plans.
For a comprehensive guide, including legalities, ceremony planner and much more, visit Your Church Wedding.