You are welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are christened and whether or not you regularly go to church. However, the law of the land insists that we make sure that all the legal requirements are met!
Begin by contacting The Revd Wyn Beynon
by phone 07595 313035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You will find lots of useful information here on my site but the Your Church of England Wedding website has a lot more and I strongly encourage you to take a look. This link will open a new browser window or tab.
Same Sex Couples... talk to us, we are very keen to affirm you and to help you celebrate your relationship!
There are lots of dates available for your wedding but we can't offer every day of the year - We can arrange for a wedding to take place on most days, BUT we've taken the decision not to arrange any more Sunday or Bank Holiday weddings or on the days between Christmas and New Year or on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday or Holy Saturday (sometimes mistakenly called Easter Saturday).
This is because recent experience has shown that it is very difficult to work a wedding into the complex pattern of Sunday services across our churches - and even more so when it come to working with organists, vergers, choirs, bell ringers and flower arrangers and so on who often other commitments on a Sunday. Bank holidays, and the days between Christmas and New Year cause similar problems so we feel it's fairer all round simply to avoid those days. Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday are significant days in the Church year and it isn't appropriate to have weddings on those days.