Churches are special and unique places to get married in - the prayers, promises and the whole service of celebration become part of your marriage, on the day itself and beyond.


Add a Spiritual Dimension To Your Marriage

Marriage it is a sign not only of the love of the couple for each other but of the love of God for the couple and the love of God for his people.

The ritual of a Christian wedding ceremony in most cases includes this significant statement: "By the authority committed unto me as a minister of the church of Christ, I declare that [names] are now husband and wife, according to the ordinance of God and the law of the state; in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."

Most Common Questions.

We’ve put together the frequently asked questions about church wedding ceremonies asked by couples wanting to marry in Vestry Church. We hope it helps you to prepare for Your Special Day.

Why does the church teach that marriage is a sacrament?

The sacraments make Christ present in our midst. Like the other sacraments, marriage is not just for the good of individuals, or the couple, but for the community as a whole. The Catholic Church teaches that marriage between two baptized persons is a sacrament.

Do Catholics ever validly enter into non-sacramental marriages?
Can I decorate the church with my own flowers?
Do we have to use a specific wedding ceremony?
Do we have to use specific music?
Do we have to use a member of your ministerial staff to perform our ceremony?
What if my child is no longer an infant?
Do I have to be religious to have a church wedding?
How far in advance should I book my church wedding ceremony?
Can we use our own vows in a church wedding ceremony?

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