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Weddings

The church is open every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm to discuss Weddings. Please pop in during these times to discuss weddings.

If you wish to discuss weddings and are unable to visit us on a Saturday, please phone our Vicar, Revd Mark Ewbank (01784 432553) for more details.

Getting Married at St Jude’s Church

Please do not ask to be married at St Jude's after booking a reception locally.

Eligibility:
Traditionally, the only two groups of people to be considered for weddings at St. Jude's are those who live in the parish and those on the Church's Electoral Roll (nothing to do with the local authority’s Register of Electors). In order to be placed on the Electoral Roll, one must either be resident in the parish or to have attended St Jude’s Church regularly for a period of at least 6 months.

The Church of England has recently introduced the following additional types of eligibility. Couples may apply to be married at St Jude's if:

One of them was baptised in the church

One of them was prepared for confirmation in the church

One of them has at any time lived in the parish for six months

One of them has at any time regularly attended services in the church for a period of six months

One of their parents has, since they were born, lived in the parish for a period of six months

One of their parents has, since they were born, regularly attended services in the church for a period of six months

One of their parents or grandparents was married in the church

Booking a reception in the area does not constitute a valid reason for asking to be married in St Jude’s Church.

 

Photos on this page are used with the kind permission of the bride & groom, & Anne Kennedy Photography

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Wedding photo (with thanks to Anne Kennedy Photography)

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Updated: August 24, 2010