How to get married in church
Getting married in church has never been easier. Nothing can compare with the feeling of getting married in a romantic church setting with your family and friends around you. Between Pontefract and Doncaster is the small village of Wentbridge, just off the A1 and M62.
Is your wedding more than 8 months away? Can you come to church once a month? If so, then you can get married here. We would like to invite you to join us for services and to join in the life of our church community. This allows us to get to know you and you to get to know us. Please email for the quickest response.
Going to see the vicar
to book a wedding:
If you are a divorcee please see this page for initial advice.
Weddings have to be booked in person by both bride and groom. Together, and the vicar only sees wedding couples together.
You will need to complete a wedding application form (which can be filled in at home and brought with you) and sign it in front of the vicar. Guidance on filling in your application form is available to print on the Info and Forms page. Please park outside the vicarage on Beech Crescent, thank you.
Please remember to take proof of ID
eg a passport, birth certificate issued within 1 year of birth,
and also proof of your address, eg utility bill, and if you are a divorcee your decree absolute.
Copies of these documents are not acceptable.
You will then be able to book your wedding and to send out your wedding invitations or date reservation cards.
What is the Church all about? Listen to this 1 minute talk: