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As long as it is legal, you are welcome to marry at St Mary’s Church, Easebourne, St Peter’s Church, Lodsworth or St James’ Church, Selham. So whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are Christened and regardless of whether you go to church or not – it’s your church, and we welcome you!


As far as the legal side goes, to marry in one of the churches in our benefice you must either attend the church on a regular basis, live in the parish or have a qualifying connection to the church (ie you or your parents have lived or do live in the parish) If you are divorced then marriage is still possible, but in these circumstances you will need to speak personally to Derek for details.


Once you have spoken to Derek and

agreed that your marriage can take place

and arranged a date, then lots of other

details will need to be decided; this is a

wonderful opportunity to personalise your

day with music, flowers, readings, bells

and choir or music group will bring your

special occasion to life.

 

Contact Derek for details.