Your Wedding in the Parish of Farlington
Congratulations on your engagement. Thank you for considering our churches as a venue for your wedding ceremony. We hope the information on this page which will help you decide what a special place our churches can be for the most important part of your wedding day.
We have two churches available for your wedding ceremony. Some couples prefer to marry in St. Andrew's church, others prefer the Church of the Resurrection and we would be happy to show you them both to help you decide. There are some images of both churches on this website. Amongst the downloadable documents below is an Information and frequently Asked Questions Pack with details about marrying in the parish, it will probably answer many of your initial questions.
We look forward to hearing from you . . .
Contact the Rector, Paul Gully, on 023 9237 5145
Thank You . . .
Thank you so much for marrying us on the [date] - everyone has said how amazing the service was.
Thank you for such a beautiful, meaningful and joyous marriage ceremony for [bride and groom]. Everyone commented on the whole service - your procession down the aisle, your humour and warmth, and your sincerity throughout' Groom's parents 2019
I would like to be married at St Andrew's Church or the Church of the Resurrection
We like to say a resounding 'Yes' to as many couples as possible and we hope you find we will do our best to make it happen. As a wedding ceremony has a legal element we have to make sure we can legally marry you before offering to do so.
We often get asked about who is eligible to get married in the parish - the short answer is, those who are resident in the parish, those who are on the electoral roll of the church, or those who can demonstrate a 'qualifying link' to the parish. More details about this are found in the Information Pack. Just by entering your postcode into www.achurchnearyou.com you can find out for sure which parish you do live in. You can also contact the Rector, Paul Gully, on 023 9237 5145 if you have any questions about residency.
Weddings are a real feat of co-ordination with reception venue, flowers, wedding cars, honeymoon... even so, you might be surprised at how little notice you need to be married in church!
This Welcome Welcome Form is completed when you meet with the clergy. It is here to help you know what questions will be asked in case you need to find out the answers.
The qualifying connection form is completed when you meet with the clergy. It only needs to be completed if you don't live in Farlington Parish. It is here to help you know what questions will be asked and what evidence you may need to provide