Congratulations! We are delighted that you are planning your marriage and hope that we can do everything possible to help you prepare for a wonderful start to your married life through a ceremony at St Andrew’s or St Bridget’s. (St Nicholas Brockley is a closed church, and whilst marriages can be celebrated in this church-, a Licence has to be applied for from the Archbishop’s Office in order to allow this to happen.)
Can we be married in church?
What if one or both of us have been previously married?
Can we get married on a Friday?
How much does a marriage Service in church cost?
What you need to do next....
To make a booking, please telephone the office 01275 463469.
A worship leader will arrange to meet with you to explain the process and preparation and book the Church. You will need to bring legal means of identification and citizenship to this meeting – usually a birth certificate or passport and driving licence are the easiest!
In the Church of England the usual legal process for being married is by Banns (an announcement in church) which means you do not need to involve the local Registrar.