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Your special church welcomes you for a wedding

Planning your wedding

Once you have decided to have your wedding with us and checked that the date you want is available, the vicar will talk to you about the arrangements.  We would like to help and support you, whatever stage you’re at with your planning, but the earlier you get in touch, the better. Also, we have provided a ‘Planning Your Wedding’ link below which will help to answer your questions and provide lots of suggestions for hymns and readings.

But remember to speak to the vicar who is conducting your service as well!

Church cross straddled by stained glass pane windows
Bride and groom walking down the aisle


Our wedding fees are set - please contact us for details.  

For further information and to check a date - please contact the Priest in charge using the email address on the contact page.


Please download our wedding leaflet.

Bride and groom signing the wedding register
Two wedding rings

Other questions you might want to ask ...

Marriage after Divorce

We recognise that some marriages fail for all sorts of sad and painful reasons. In certain circumstances the Church of England accepts that divorced persons may marry in church. Please contact the vicar to discuss your circumstances and the possibilities of a wedding or blessing.

Service of prayer and dedication after a civil ceremony

Many people who have a civil wedding feel they would like to dedicate their marriage to God in church soon afterwards. It is a simple service which acknowledges the commitment you have already made and ask for God’s blessings and guidance in your new life together.  It is not a marriage service and therefore banns are not required and there is no signing of the Register. It also means that the service can be adapted to your needs. Many couples have opted for this service where one or both of them is remarrying after divorce. If this is your situation, talk things through with a member of the clergy who can offer guidance on remarrying in church.

Renewal of wedding vows

We are always delighted to offer couples the opportunity to renew or reaffirm their wedding vow to each other. This may be to celebrate an anniversary, such as a silver, ruby or golden wedding. It may also be something couples wish to do after a time of separation or difficulty in their marriage. If you have any questions about renewing your wedding vows at St Michael's Church, you are always welcome to discuss your plans with a member of the clergy.

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