A wedding is one of those wonderful milestones in human life which provides us with the opportunity for great joy and celebration. As Christians we believe that a marriage in a Christian church blesses a husband and wife in the presence of God and is the beginning of a shared life together in the love of Jesus Christ. Couples are asked to make a firm covenant with each other to love and support each other, through good times and bad. They also make a solemn promise that if and when children arrive, and they move from being a couple to a family, that they share in their care and upbringing.
If you wish to talk to someone about getting married in one of our churches, then please contact Fr John on
You have the legal right to be married at All Saints’ if either you or your partner have been baptised or prepared for confirmation in the parish;
have ever lived in the parish for six months or more;
have at any time regularly attended public worship in the parish for six months or more;
have a parent who has lived in the parish for six months or more in their child’s lifetime;
have parents who have regularly attended public worship at All Saints' for six months or more in their child’s lifetime;
have parents or grandparents who were married in the parish.
If you have been divorced and your previous spouse is still living, you may still be married in the Church of England, but at the discretion of the Vicar.
If you need to be married by licence, one of the parties must be baptised.
Please contact the Parish office on 020 8954 8865 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.